LRC Gym men's changing rooms – Shower rooms installed

The changing room windows have obscured glass for privacy and all other glass is clear. The amount of natural daylight in the gyms and the changing room is excellent. The apex of the smaller weight’s gym will be fully glazed and will introduce light and warmth as it faces south. The metal framing for the glazing is being fabricated currently together with the bridge link from the common parts to the new changing room.

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Double glazed and now fully clad in anthracite grey

Double glazed for thermal and acoustic insulation

Double glazed for thermal and acoustic insulation

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In the last month there has been continued good progress. All the windows, including the full height section in the large gym and the changing room windows, are now fitted. The windows are double glazed for thermal and acoustic insulation and have metal frames in the same anthracite grey colour as the external cladding. They look very good. The changing room windows have obscured glass for privacy and all other glass is clear. The amount of natural daylight in the gyms and the changing room is excellent. The apex of the smaller weight’s gym will be fully glazed and will introduce light and warmth as it faces south. The metal framing for the glazing is being fabricated currently together with the bridge link from the common parts to the new changing room.

The entrance area to the gym, the physio room and accessible WC have been dry-lined and plastered, various doors have been made and fitted and the vision panel for the physio room and the glazing above is now in place.

Physio room and accessible WC

Physio room and accessible WC

The elevational cladding has largely been fitted but there is quite a lot of cladding work left including the fitting of the ventilation units and louvres.

Outside wall cladding

Outside wall cladding

Outside wall cladding

Outside wall cladding

Roof ventilation units

Roof ventilation units

First LRC Committee meeting of 2019 – inspecting our new gym's progress…

On 9th January 2019, at 19:30pm our first Committee meeting of the year started inside our new Gym build. Now fully watertight and even with some windows going in, we could all begin to picture how the next phase of the interior fit out was going to look thanks to the guided tour by Peter Halford…

The LRC Committee gathered in the men’s first floor changing room.

The LRC Committee gathered in the men’s first floor changing room.

The entrance to the new men’s showers…

The entrance to the new men’s showers…

Our Honorary House Steward (Building) Josh McInerney (rear) urging the Captain, Tim Grant to test the temporary footbridge…

Our Honorary House Steward (Building) Josh McInerney (rear) urging the Captain, Tim Grant to test the temporary footbridge…

Inspecting the large gym floor before the sprung floor is fitted.

Inspecting the large gym floor before the sprung floor is fitted.

The last time we’ll see our rowing tank…

The last time we’ll see our rowing tank…

The view upward to the men’s changing room above the large gym.

The view upward to the men’s changing room above the large gym.

Incredibly light but robust roof cladding.

Incredibly light but robust roof cladding.

Fitting the high window frame to the new physio’s room, viewed from inside.

Fitting the high window frame to the new physio’s room, viewed from inside.