Wrexham County Borough Council turned to Liberty when it needed to deliver a refurbishment of Penycae Football Club’s club house facilities to a challenging deadline.
Having worked with the council for many years providing a range of services – including installing and replacing central heating systems, repair and maintenance and gas servicing – Liberty was already a trusted partner and well placed to take on the challenge to ensure the works were complete in time for a special unveiling.
Always focussed on taking away problems and delivering services right first time, Liberty undertook a full-scale refurbishment that included creating a stud wall, UPVC cladding and fitting a new kitchen. The works were vital to enabling Penycae to receive its Tier 3 licence, which was crucial for the club to receive extra funding and more sponsorship.
The tight timescales for unveiling the transformed club house were so that the club could dedicate the works to Stuart Griffiths at a special match, marking the contribution of the committee member who has been part of Penycae Football Club since its establishment in 1982 but who had sadly fallen ill.
Colin Jackson, Chief Executive of Penycae Football Club, said: “Everyone at the club was so impressed on the great job that Liberty’s team did in refurbishing the building, enabling us to meet our deadline. The most pleasing thing was that Stuart was well enough to attend the unveiling with his family.”
Bryan Tennant, Contract Manager from Liberty, added: “We were delighted to work with Wrexham County Borough Council to undertake these important works to support the ongoing success of Penycae Football Club. At Liberty we pride ourselves on our people focussed approach which aims to add real value and create opportunities in the communities in which we work. This project was a great opportunity to make a difference in Wrexham.”
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