Carrybridge RNLI Station

Carrybridge is the first inland RNLI station, built to serve Upper Lough Erne.

The station houses the launching tractor and associated equipment, crew changing facilities, a workshop, office and training room. The project included the provision of a new in situ concrete ramp to aid the launch of the inshore rescue craft.

Sustainable M&E systems installed include a ground source heat pump, solar panels and energy efficient lighting.


Key Project Information
Architect Todd Architects
Value £600k
Extra Information
Location RNLI
Sectors Community
..we are delighted with both the design and quality of the building.
Derek Potter, RNLI Divisional Technical Manage