Welsh Military Heritage Centre

Sunderland Trust Flying Boat Centre, Pembroke Dock, click an image below



PHASE 1: The 1st phase of works was to refurbish and extend a former locamotive servicing building located within Pembroke Dock's former Royal Naval Dockyard to create a workshop and interpretation centre for the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust where elements of the salvaged Sunderland Flying Boat can be worked on and members of the public can visit. The centre has been open for nearly 12 months.

CLIENT: Milford Haven Port Authority & Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust
VALUE: 90k
SERVICES PROVIDED: Architect, Quantity Surveyor, CDM Co-ordinator

PHASE 2: Pembroke Design prepared a feasibility study for Attract Marketing for a multi-purpose heritage centre within the former Royal Naval Dockyard in Pembroke Dock, in recognition of the town's unique military history, having been the largest flying boat base in the world during World War 2. The project includes the sensitive conversion of the Georgian Garrison Chapel and a contemporary new extension to house the remains of the Mark 1 Short Sunderland, one of only 4 left worldwide and soon to be raised from the sea bed of the nearby Milford Haven Waterway. HLF, WAG and Visit Wales funding is being sought.

CLIENT: Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust
VALUE: 4-5 milion
SERVICES PROVIDED: Architect, Employer's Agent, Quantity Surveyor, CDM Co-ordinator