Creagh Construct Sunderland's new £42m City Hall

Sunderland's new City Hall is being built on the site of the former Vaux brewery, spearheading a wider £500m regeneration of the city centre.

Our client Bowmer & Kirkland won the construction contract of the 190,000 sq ft building, designed by architect Faulkner Brown, making it more than twice the size of The Beam, which was the first building to be constructed on the former Vaux site.

The new 6 storey City Hall will house not just Sunderland City Council offices but also public sector partners including housing provider Gentoo and the Department for Work and Pensions.

Creagh are supplying & fitting precast stairs, hollowcore flooring, lift & stair core’s and external cladding for the building.

Project Overview

  • Client:
  • Bowmer & Kirkland

  • Location:
  • Sunderland, England

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