GME at Baildon Library

30th March 2017

GME are working with Bradford Council in order to ensure that all council buildings are maintained to a high standard, and undertaking any painting works which need to be done. With this relationship, we have developed with the council, we were invited to do some work at Baildon Library, Bradford.

Baildon Library opened back in 1971, and forms a part of the complex which includes The Ian Clough Hall (a building which is purpose built for being hired for functions, fitness classes and community events). It is located on the edge of the village centre, in an elevated position taking pride of place in Baildon. The library is now a centre focus for the community, housing over 15,000 books, free internet access and offering regular story-times, taster sessions for IT learners, local history resources and access to a wide range of necessary information for locals.

Due to the buildings importance to the local community, GME were called in to spruce up some of the areas inside. Doing what we do best, the team here at GME assessed the situation. We knew that it was important for the team and the users of the library to encounter as little disruption as possible. Therefore, we used Aqua gloss paint which is fast drying, this meant that the areas could still be used, or in the worst-case scenario, out of action only for a short while.

GME carried out work in the offices, canteens, and corridors. All of which were high access, therefore the team had to carry out the work using a mobile tower in order to ensure that we provided the best results, and kept Baildon Library looking its best for the local community and various other users of its services.

GME are commercial painting contractors based in Wakefield and operating the surrounding areas.  We’re always happy to talk about any job you wish to discuss. Give one of our friendly team a call today on 01924 723 723.


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