Craigavon Area Hospital - Additional Patient Clinical Area

"I would just like to thank your team for their efforts over the last few weeks and the progress made has been phenomenal considering the current conditions you are encountering. 

This space will be critical in the part the trust wants in treating patients during the planned covid19 pandemic. Many thanks and please pass on my gratitude to your whole team."

Mark Bloomer, Assistant Director of Estates SHSCT, Estates Tower block, Craigavon Area Hospital

"Thank you for confirmation Works will be complete to enable Handover of ACU extension and Quiet Room on Friday 17th April. 
The effort you and your team have made is much appreciated, particularly under current constraints."

John O’Donnell,
Estate Development,
Southern Health & Social Care Trust

Ballymoney High School

"The scheme was completed within a fully operational school campus and Bell Contracts completed the works in a professional manner, delivering a high quality project within budget and cost parameters.
Bell Contracts Management and Site Staff developed an excellent working relationship with EA Team, the School Management and Staff and the Consultant Team."

Alan Shields

Sumburgh Airport Hold Baggage System - General Works

"During the current restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic it is crucial that we do everything required to maintain our infrastructure to ensure we continue to provide the vital lifeline services and essential flights that support our communities.
“Bell Contracts are required to support our maintenance and project programme and have been classified as key workers to ensure these works can proceed.
“The safety, health and wellbeing of our staff, customers and passengers is paramount and all works being undertaken at our airports, by both Hial staff and Bell Contracts, is done following the strict safety protocols we have implemented to meet social distancing requirements.
“Hial have held risk reduction meetings with Bell Contracts to embed revised working procedures in our contracted services and they have provided comprehensive new working procedures in line with the required government guidelines.”
It is clear that social distancing measures will be with us for the foreseeable future, and we continue to plan with Bell Contracts for the further measures we will need to put in place as guidelines change."

Sumburgh Airport general manager, Andrew Farquhar

Girvan Primary School Upgrade & Refurbishment

"The addition of the new kitchen and serving area has provided the School with a light, bright and modern flexible dining/activity area for everyone to enjoy."

Head Teacher

Aboyne Primary School

"This new extension is a huge improvement, and everyone in the school and local community leaders are looking forward to moving in after the summer holidays."

Local Councillor

Laurencekirk Primary School

"The extension is very important in helping the issue of capacity in our schools and we are really happy to see the high-quality finished extension at the school. Thank you to all involved."

Mike Robson Laurencekirk Development Trust

Moneymore Recreation Centre

"It’s only fitting that the first people to see the improvements we have made are the users of the centre, represented today by the children from two local primaries. From the Council’s point of view, this is a significant investment in Moneymore, and in line with the ethos of the community capacity hubs’ programme, the results will enhance the social and recreational opportunities for local people in a modern facility on their doorstep."

Speaking at the facility, Chair of Mid Ulster District Council’s Policy and Resources Committee, Councillor Derek McKinney,

"CWSAN is delighted to be working in partnership with Mid Ulster District Council to deliver this investment. It is great to get an opportunity to meet with and talk to the users of Moneymore Recreation Centre ahead of completion, and to understand first-hand, how important it is that their community is able to access quality recreation and leisure services locally."

Susan Glass, Project Officer for CWSAN

"The Social Investment Fund is designed to find solutions to deliver real, lasting benefits for communities that need it most. TEO welcomes the preview of the refurbished Moneymore Recreation Centre facilities last week ahead of its official reopening in September. This project will enhance the local communities recreational activities and become a focal point for community interaction."

A spokesperson from The Executive Office

Our Lady's Grammar School

"This £10million investment will provide new and improved facilities and accommodation which will enhance the working and learning environment for pupils and school staff. Improving the schools estate is a priority for me and the School Enhancement Programme is an excellent way of delivering capital work projects which have an immediate positive impact on the schools, staff and pupils."

Mr Weir

CCS Quotes

"The company has demonstrated very good outcomes across all the Scheme's categories in its site visits this year with congratulations due on achieving Performance Beyond Compliance. 
It has also maintained its relevant certifications and shows continuous improvement in keeping pace with developments.
Sites continue to maintain very good to excellent Appearance based on the company's high value for presentation and appearing professional."

CCS Monitor

Moyard Parade

"Appearance is very good given the location and type of job. Signage promoting the company is in place and work areas look well - Overall presenting a very good initial impression and positive image"
"Site management have displayed a very good standard across all three sections within this report. Site management has established a good
relationship with neighbouring residents & local elected representatives. The company have matured ISO 9001 – 14001 & Safe T Cert management
systems in place. The local community have made a number of requested on the contractor in relation to community political sensitive funerals which
the company has worked with the local community on this, at times restricting site hours or suspending works."

CCS Monitor

Kincaidston Primary School Extension & Refurbishment

"The School was delivered on time by Bell Contracts to the high quality finished we required and we are looking forward to working with them again on our next project at the Southcraig Campus."

South Ayrshire Council

Southcraig School

"We write to acknowledge successful completion of the referenced project.
Despite the many challenges presently facing our Industry, the project was delivered in a timely manner, to a high-standard, with no health and safety issues, and to the satisfaction of all Stakeholders.
Our sincere thanks and gratitude to you and your team.
We are committed to treating all our Contractors in a positive, supportive, and respectful manner, and look forward to working with you again soon."

Pauline Bradley, South Ayrshire Council, Service Lead – Professional Design Services

Round Lake Park Fivemiletown

"Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic more people visited outdoor spaces for exercise and this trend has continued," Mr Poots said of the opening of the facilities.

"As we continue on the pathway to recovery I am delighted to see the completion of these excellent facilities at Round Lake Park in Fivemiletown, which my Department has contributed £500,000 through the Rural development Programme."

“The total £1m investment which has resulted in improvements to vehicle and pedestrian access to the site along with improvements to play facilities and the walk way surrounding the lake, refurbishment of the Lake House and improvements to camping and caravanning amenities will improve the standard and quality of the recreational infrastructure for the residents of Fivemiletown and the surrounding communities."

Rural Affairs Minister Edwin Poots MLA

"It’s fantastic to see these significant improvements to Round Lake which will benefit visitors from near and far alike,” McLean said.

“As well as improving the experience of walks and caravans and campers on site, the refurbishment has opened up access to the site for both local people and for people with disabilities.”

“The inclusion of a new Changing Places facility will not only enable users to use the facility in a safe, clean and dignified manner, but also in a wider sense, allows those with complex disability and their carers a greater choice of places to go, or in this case, to stay."

Council chair Paul McLean

Craigavon Area Hospital 
Surgical Ambulatory & Assessment Unit (SAAU)

"This refurbishment project appears to be well run to professional standards. In summary, site has considerate practices with outcomes as very good (3) and excellent (2) and congratulations are due.
Appearance is to a very good standard based on some photographs and the description discussed with the SM. Site appears to have very good relations with staff contacts and well manages interfaces in the "live environment". It is committed to providing a very thoughtful legacy by refurbishing a quiet room and courtyard garden area. The Enviro and Safety approaches use the company certified systems. Site has been awarded an
excellent score in the Enviro section primarily because of its contribution to the natural environment which undoubtedly will have positive impact on the user community. 
Workforce needs are overall to a very good standard given the nature of the job and beneficial client provisions. The site was a pleasure to visit with very many thanks to Gerard for his time and courtesy in facilitating the virtual visit and supplying the photographs."
"Site demonstrates an excellent considerate approach to its impact on neighbours and the public. Direct communications are through a nominated staff team and SM has daily and regular planned contact. Working hours agreed with Estates Department as 7.30-17.00 and impacted staff agree arrangements for potentially disruptive work. Effective traffic management and site has white panels as temporary hoarding and has relevant signage including CCS poster – SM plans to display a CCS banner when compound area is available in the New Year

Site is overall taking a very good approach to attaining high levels of safe performance - this is a "live environment" requiring management of interfaces with hospital staff, patients and the public. SM has biweekly TBT's and site benefits from access to a defibrillator at the adjacent A&E unit.
Workforce completed OH questionnaires and benefit from Private Health Insurance with Health Screening to be made available when pandemic

CCS Monitor commenting on the project, respect of the community & safety

Grennan College

"This is a very positive and welcome addition in the growth and development of Grennan College. We want to provide the best possible resources and facilities for our students and staff where they can learn, work and flourish. This marks the latest – but not the last – stage of growth as we are already embarking on our next exciting project to continue serving our community in the best possible way."

Principal Sean Og O’Sullivan

Kirkwall Air Traffic Control Tower Refurbishment

" Major works to any of Hial’s assets always present a number of challenges – from remote locations and adverse weather conditions to supply chains.

“Works in the visual control room offered a particular challenge as the project scope included replacement of the large, heavy glazing panels.

“Bell Contracts and Kirkwall Airport staff worked collaboratively to overcome these challenges while maintaining airport operations and deliver this transformational project."

Keith Inglis, head of infrastructure services at Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (Hial)

"Early completion of this refurbishment is good news. Having visited the tower at Kirkwall airport last year, I know how badly it was needed."

Orkney MSP Liam McArthur