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Refit and Refurbishment Framework helps Queens University

Date: 22/10/2019

Categories: Case Studies, Pagabo News

We are pleased to announce that Queen’s University Belfast have recently procured a project through Pagabo for a brand-new computer science suite.

After a quick and compliant procurement process, the £400,000 fit out works were awarded to H&J Martin. The project comprised of the complete fit out of 2nd floor level facility within a live and busy University building.


Through using Pagabo’s Refit and Refurbishment Framework, Queen’s University were able to quickly and compliantly see their plans turn to action. They required alterations to create a new computer suite including demolishing and removing the existing walls. Also included was a full fit-out of a new computer training suite.

Our flexible approach to procurement enabled them to be able to include installation for other services including a Fire Suppression System, Specialist Feature Lighting and entertainment systems.

Queen’s University had a number of requirements in order for H&J Martin to be awarded the job. Through Pagabo providing early contractor engagement, the requirements were easily met. There had to be co-ordination and segregation from everyday users of the neighbouring facilities. Also, control of dust migration and noise pollution was also factored in so as not to pose any problems to the buildings users with minimal effects to the learning and teaching.

This project has enabled the students of Queens University to improve their education by being able to study in a state-of-the-art computer suite. Teaching staff will also have access to the latest computer software to enhance their teaching.

We pride ourselves on being able to provide clients with quick, flexible and complaint procurement solutions to match the needs of their project and are delighted to see another project successfully procured by Pagabo in completion.

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H&J Martin
Queens University