Jones Bros complete work on sustainable machinery showroom in Llanystumdwy1st Oct 2015

A new agricultural machinery equipment dealership has been completed by Jones Bros.

Construction work on the new 800m2 Mona Tractors showroom at Parc Amaeth, Llanystymdwy, took 26 weeks to complete.

The showroom was project managed by Jones Bros to the clients needs, and complies with BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology) and Compliant Building regulations.

As part of a turnkey approach to the development, Jones Bros managed all aspects of the project. This included engaging architects, consultants, structural engineers, mechanical and electrical designers, and environmental assessors.

Works included all groundwork, drainage and foundation formation, construction of a steel frame, and the installation of all roofing and wall cladding.

Jones Bros also managed the formation of internal flood slabs and partition walls, and all mechanical and electrical services, such as heating, lighting, water, drainage and telecoms infrastructure.

Engineer Emlyn Roberts said: “The building is BREEAM accredited. This means it has achieved a ‘Very Good’ standard for best practice in sustainable building design, construction and operation.

“BREEAM has become one of the most comprehensive and widely recognised measures of a building’s environmental performance, and it encourages designers, clients and others to think about low carbon and low impact design.

“It ensures constructors minimise a building’s energy demands before considering the installation of energy efficiency and low carbon technologies.”

The development required 45 tonnes of structural steel, 6,000 tonnes of stone and 490m3 of concrete. The supply chain featured products and services from 11 key local suppliers to the project.