Phase 1 completed at Listed Weetwood Hall Hotel and Conference Centre

Project Description

Phase 1 of the works at Weetwood Hall, which dates back to 1540, involved structurally altering the layout of the Woodlands and Lawnswood suites so that new luxury bars could be created.

The bespoke bars are manufactured from LED back-lit, perforated copper panels that have been topped off with bespoke zinc bar tops. The stainless steel functional undercounter is an entirely bespoke system that was designed around the Hall’s exacting requirements and standards.

The areas had an M&E upgrade which included the lighting, HVAC and heating along with other services, whilst the Hotel remained fully open.

There are different moving walls that have been installed to show when the areas are open, add some interest when they are not and create new private areas to use as and when the Hall demands.

 

Project Details

April 25th, 2016
Commercial, Retail & Leisure
0.25M

Project Skills

  • bespoke
  • Bespoke Joinery
  • conservation
  • Construction
  • heritage
  • listed building
  • M & E
  • Refurbishment
  • renovation
  • Restoration
  • Specialist
  • Structural

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