Maintenance

Conneally Maintenance & Refurbishment (CMR) provides ongoing maintenance services and our recurring maintenance contracts are an important demonstration of our clients’ continued satisfaction with our performance. CMR maintains all electrical and mechanical systems as well as the general maintenance of facilities, including painting and decorating works.

Our Track Record

At CMR we are proud to offer our clients:

  • Value for money
  • A reliable, quality service
  • Responsiveness to their needs
  • The ability to work in accordance with the particular requirements of our clients’ facilities
  • The ability to work in their premises without disrupting their operations

Recurring maintenance contracts are an important demonstration of the fact that our clients are satisfied with the work we do.

Case Studies:

UCHG
Project Description

For the past five years CMR has carried out a rolling programme of painting, repairs to walls and surfaces and the application of specialist antiseptic coatings at University College Hospital Galway. The works have been carried out in:

  • Theatres
  • Laboratories
  • Recovery areas
  • Wards
  • Corridors within all sections of this busy Acute Hospital including coronary care, ICU, HDU, A&E, radiotherapy, maternity, mortuary, laboratories, clinics and offices

All works are carried out in accordance with the strict requirements of the Infection Control system and team. CMR agrees a work method with Infection Control and constant supervision of works by a trained CMR foreman ensures compliance.

Special Requirements

Measures taken vary in accordance with different areas of the hospital and include:

  • Use of low odour paint.
  • Cordoning off or encapsulation of work areas, erection of complete plastic bubbles around works, plastic air locks at entrance to works area.
  • Vacuuming of all dust with HEPA filter vacuum
  • Frequent dampening and wiping down of surfaces for painting to contain dust
  • Bagging and removal of all debris from site
  • Use of sticky contact mats and shoe covers to prevent contamination from footwear
  • Wearing scrubs and gowns for work in theatres


GMIT

Project Description

For the past eighteen years CMR has carried out a rolling programme of painting / repairs to walls and surfaces at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology

The works have been carried out in:

  • Lecture Theatres
  • Classrooms
  • Canteen
  • Workshops
  • Circulation Areas
  • Corridors
  • Offices

throughout the Galway campus. Works are fully co-ordinated with GMIT Facility Management team to avoid disruption to students, staff or members of the general public.


Merlin Park

Project Description

For the past five years we have carried out a rolling programme of painting, repairs to walls and surfaces and the application of specialist antiseptic coatings at University College Hospital Galway. The works have been carried out in:

· Theatres

· Laboratories

· recovery areas

· wards

· corridors

Within all sections of this busy Acute Hospital including coronary care, ICU, HDU, A&E, radiotherapy, maternity, mortuary, laboratories, clinics and offices. All works are carried out in accordance with the strict requirements of the Infection Control system and team. CMR agrees a work method with Infection Control and constant supervision of works by a trained CMR foreman ensures compliance.

Special Requirements

Measures taken vary in accordance with different areas of the hospital and include:

· Use of low odour paint

· Cordoning off or encapsulation of work areas for painting, erection of complete plastic bubbles around works, plastic air locks at entrance to works area

· Vacuuming of all dust with HEPA filter vacuum

. Wearing scrubs and gowns for work in theatres

· Frequent dampening and wiping down of surfaces to contain dust

· Bagging and removal of all debris from site

· Use of sticky contact mats and shoe covers to prevent contamination from footwear

· Wearing scrubs and gowns for work in theatres