These are our major works.


Clubhouse Gibraltar

Clubhouse is an international charity that looks after the well-being of patients with mental health illnesses. GJBS were commissioned to refurbish the old Lady Glady’s centre in Main Street to provide the Charity with a fully functional and purposely built facility to be used as a day care centre designed for the benefit of all its patients.


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Little Bay Promenade

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The new promenade linking Camp Bay and Little Bay along the seafront was completed in time for the Island Games. The plans include landscaping and placing of seating areas along the seafront. The existing palm trees have been retained, and up to 20 new trees have been planted.


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Part of the Lands Agreement between GoG and MoD. Numerous projects including, but not limited to, an Olympic swimming pool, Community Centre, Band Block, Officers Mess and the Gibraltar Defence Police Club can be found at Four Corners Estate. Additional works include the re-provision of 84 apartments for MoD personnel and their families, complete with 4 new play-parks.


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St Pauls Lower Primary School Nursery

HMGoG re-aligned key stage entry at local schools. This demanded school facilities to accommodate school entry pupils at a lower age. This created a need to increase the capacity of school nurseries. GJBS were commissioned to refurbish part of the existing school to accommodate 4 large fully fitted nurseries that included an outdoor learning area to cater for 3-6 year olds.


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Rugby Pitch

Europa Sports Complex

The contract was awarded to GJBS by HMGoG as a design and build project involving the demolition of existing buildings, site clearance, enabling works and construction of a new concrete and steel framed sporting facility at Europa point, designed to have minimal visual impact on the surrounding area in order to fit in with the surrounding buildings adjacent the University of Gibraltar.

Working closely with the Department of Culture and the Museum of Gibraltar to ensure the Heritage assets in the area were maintained and incorporated into the works including the preservation of a Unique WWII concrete bunker encased in a room within the building which will allow this to be accessed and viewed by the public for the future.

Due to its location on the southern tip of Gibraltar the environmental, sustainability and climate change issues played a key role in the design and building of the project. In consultation with ministers and the department for the environment, HMGoG invested heavily in renewable energy at the Europa sports complex covering the entire roof space at Europa with photovoltaic solar panels, capable of powering the facility when running at full capacity and in conjunction with Gibelec, returning electricity back into the grid when not being used to capacity.

The Stadium was partially completed in July 2019 & hosted the International Island Games 2019 and the Gibraltar Music Festival in September 2019. The new facility, although owned by HMGoG, will be the new home for the Gibraltar Rugby Football Union.

The Gibraltar Cricket Association will also call Europa its new home with new cricket oval indoor practice nets with pitch vision ball tracking and state of the art training aids already installed and in use. Outdoor practice nets and a new cricket pavilion, clubhouse, offices, groundsman storage areas, designated scoreboards and bar areas.

The Gibraltar Squash Association with six new squash courts, clubhouse facilities and bar, office and storage rooms and 80 seat tiered stand are also set up and using the new facilities at Europa.

New multifunction sports hall and event space with Changing Rooms and WC/ Shower facilities will accommodate Gibraltar Badminton Association, the Gibraltar Netball Association, Volleyball, Basketball and Futsal.

New Home for Gibraltar Darts including Main Stage, Practice Oche’s, Offices, Storage and Bar Facilities

  • Two Gyms including Elite Fitness and conditioning.
  • Treatment Rooms and Rehab Centre
  • Three Futsol football training pitches
  • New 900 Seat Stadium with associate WC facilities etc
  • Four Team and Couch Changing Rooms with Showers and WC’s
  • Rooms for Anti Doping, physio, officials etc
  • Terrace Bar and restaurant (Pavilion Clubhouses)
  • New 300m2 Bar and Restaurant with Terraces and views over the Straits of Gibraltar
  • Kitchen Servery Area
  • Boardroom, Offices and Lecture Room
  • Dormitory area to house Visiting Teams and all associated facilities.

A New State of the Art Sporting Facility to be enjoyed and used by the whole community.



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Volleyball Court

Island Beach Volleyball Facility

Historically beach volleyball has always been played socially in our local beaches. GJBS was commissioned to design and install a purposely built facility at the ex-Nuffield Pool complex to cater for two Olympic sized courts. The building of the court entailed the use of special containment system that can be removed and transported to alternative venues. The procurement of the sand was imposed by the international federation and was transported from Madrid.


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PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)

The PricewaterhouseCoopers’s office building also constructed by GJBS, located at 323 Main Street, consists of a 3-story office space for the use of its employees and clients. The building provides employees with a modern working environment with the use of hot desk, board rooms, kitchens, coffee stations, WC, lecture room and outdoor terraces. For their clients the building provides meeting booths and meeting rooms with a large reception. The office building caters for disabled access to all levels with 1 stair lift at the main entrance to access the reception level and a 6 man lift to access all floors.

The new office building was a large refurbishment of a typical old town house in the centre of Gibraltar. The refurbishment of the building also includes the addition of 1 extra floor to the existing building making it 3 story building. This additional floor was constructed of hot rolled steel and LGSF with the construction of 1 new staircase leading up to the new top floor of the building and the construction of a new lift shaft connecting all floors.  Externally the aesthetics of the building was kept in line with the original building as requested by Town Planning.


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Rifle Shooting Range

The new state of the art Rifle Shooting Range, with an open air, 50m, 20-lane target shooting range sat across two floors at the top of new 5 storey commercial building located at North Mole. The new complex itself housing new office units, storage units and car parking facilities adding new commercial space to the area.

Awarded to GJBS as a Design and Build contract which commenced in July 2018 and partially completed in July 2019 for the International Island Games.

The contract involved the clearance and removal of existing storage units and facilities to allow for the construction of a new steel framed structure on reinforced concrete raft foundations consisting of ground floor commercial units, first floor office units, 2nd floor car parking spaces, 3rd floor 50m outdoor rifle range, 4th floor 10m , 25m and air rifle shooting ranges with clubhouse facilities, kitchen and bar, electronic shooting equipment, changing rooms with showers and WC’s, secure gun storage and armoury with buffer walls which ensure security for both shooters and the public.

A Quote from the Club following the Island Games success –  “You wouldn’t find a range quite like this in the UK. From what we’ve heard from Facebook and from all the Islands who participated, this is a magnificent facility, and some have even said that this is the best shooting facility in all of Europe.


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Clay Target Shooting Club

The New Clay Target Shooting Facility situated in a unique location on Europa advance road providing spectacular views into the Straits of Gibraltar, the Mediterranean and North Africa.

What once used to be an open shooting platform with a portacabin for cover has been transformed into a new state of the art facility with a new shooting platform able to host Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet competitions with new clubhouse facilities underneath.

Awarded to GJBS as a Design and Build contract which commenced in May 2018 and practically completed in July 2019 for the International Island Games.

The contract involved the demolition and removal of existing structures to allow for the construction of a new reinforced concrete framed structure consisting of a Level -1 clubhouse facility with showers, changing facilities, kitchen, bar, offices and secure gun room, Storage cut into the existing slope and covered with a concrete ground floor Clay Target Shooting Platform with skeet towers, viewing platform, referees rooms and with a new disabled access lift.

A very challenging construction project due to its unique location and proximity to the Gorham’s Cave Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site, involved much consultation with Gibraltar Heritage and the Gibraltar Museum to ensure all materials used and construction processes adopted were accepted and approved prior to works proceeding.

A truly remarkable site a must see for all.


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St Anne’s School

Following the successful completion and hand over of Notre Dame School GJBS were engaged by HMGoG to Design and Build a state of the art ST Anne’s Upper Primary School, which incorporated specialist teaching and sensory areas specifically for the LSF Classes. Also, within the requirements was a modern Sports Hall facility that can be utilised by both schools and the general public, this project was completed within 11 months of the first pile being driven.


St Anne’s School is a three-storey reinforced concrete structure which comprised of both traditionally reinforced concrete structural design and an area that required constructing using post tensioned slab, allowing larger internal open areas. The school is situated at podium level, over a new carpark with an excess of 300 spaces, the School has been designed to enhance the teaching experience of the core age groups, with enhanced sound proofing throughout to ensure the ambient sounds of Winston Churchill Avenue do not distract the pupils. The school also benefits from 100% wi-fi coverage to assist the teaching activities and to support HMGoG’s commitment to modern teaching techniques and equipment.


In addition to the provision of the new school which compliments its adjacent school, at podium level there is also a brand-new Adventure Playground and football / basketball pitch for the use of the residents of the Laguna Estate.

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