Oriel Y Parc

Project Story

Carreg Construction was awarded the prestigious and highly complex Landscape Gallery project in 2007. The building occupies a landmark position on the edge of St Davids.

The extension of the National Park Visitor Centre to form a semi-subterranean art gallery, education rooms, art workshops and new cafe was undoubtedly our most demanding project to date. Cutting edge technologies coupled with tight work schedules created interesting challenges which Carreg delivered on time, on budget and to an extremely high standard.

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    Smith Robert Associates


In 2010 Oriel y Parc was praised at the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Awards for creating a ‘real focal point at the entrance to the cathedral city’. The project received the Award for Rural Areas and the Natural Environment at the RTPI’s ceremony held in London. Described as “one of the most eco-friendly buildings in Wales” judges praised its environmental credentials.

'We highly recommend Carreg Construction for complex and demanding projects that require a very high standard of finish.' Richard Smith, Architect, Smith Roberts Associates.