Leisure

We are skilled in the design and construction of both new build and refurbished leisure projects. We work with our customers and consultants to deliver venues that are profitable and are focused on providing a high quality visitor experience.

Our track record includes; public and private; theatres, visitors’ centres, and both wet and dry leisure centres.

Families enjoy a ‘look-behind-the-scenes’ at The Royal Mint Visitor Experience

New build and refurbishment Contract

Major benefit to tourism and local economy

£5m

THEATR MWLDAN

Ceredigion County Council

The works included the refurbishment and extension of the existing theatre and external buildings.

The theatre houses a flexible 250-seat auditorium for drama, music, cinema and social use. A dedicated 146-seat cabaret style theatre/cinema.

The theatre also contains; rehearsal studio space, cafe and bar bar, a box office and visual arts exhibition space.

Adjacent buildings were refurbished to provide a multi-media centre.

The development has had a significant beneficial impact on the local community and now sees some 5000 visitors per week coming through the doors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interactive Visitor Experience

Working within a secure environment

£2.0m

FACTORY EXPERIENCE

The Royal Mint

The Visitor Experience offerers unprecedented access to discover the people and events behind the coins in your pocket and reveal how they are made.

The ‘Experience’ includes; a guided factory experience, self-guided interactive exhibition, gift shop, cafe and educational space.

Works were undertaken to a strict 22-week programme and completed successfully within budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Land-mark structure

Low-carbon, Low-energy buildings

£1.7m

MILLENNIUM VISITOR CENTRE

Carmarthenshire County Council

Part of the £30m Millennium Coastal Park Project, the new visitor centre provids a focal point on the stunning coastal path from Pembrey Country Park to Penclawdd.

The coastal path actually runs through the visitor centre via an interior spine wall.

The building’s structural frame is predominantly steel and glass.

The ‘sail’ façade is made of stainless steel mesh and helps controls solar gain, and is transparent and opaque when viewed in different light.

The Centre houses; conference and exhibition space, a restaurant and tourist information.

Winner of the Local Authority Build-In Quality Award

 

 

 

 

 

Part of a wider conservation project  

Speciality commissioned restaurant units

£1m part of a £8.1m conservation project

CARDIGAN 1176 RESTAURANT

Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust

The 70-seat restaurant has been designed and constructed to cantilever out above the Castle walls, with a contemporary slate and floor-to-ceiling glass design with panoramic views over the River Teifi.

A contemporary slate and floor-to-ceiling glass design with panoramic views over the River Teifi.

WINNER RICS Tourism & Leisure Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

High standard of sustainability

Efficient building service

£1.5m

SPLASHLAND LEISURE COMPLEX

Parkdean Resorts

Construction of an indoor pool, with leisure and catering facilities at the popular Trecco Bay holiday park.

The project required the careful demolition of an existing leisure complex, whilst the holiday park was in operation.

The complex features; an indoor swimming pool, water chutes, pirate ship, splash slide and toddler pool.

Excavated ground material was reused on site reducing the health and safety risk of vehicle movements on a ‘live’ residential holiday park.

The combined heat and power units generate the centre’s heating, humidity control, whilst efficient pumping, filtration and storage units help manage water consumption.

Only one elevation is glazed to reduce solar gain whilst natural light is provided by central roof skylights.

 

 

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