Buildings - Hotels & Leisure
We have acted as consulting engineers in a range of capacities on a wide variety of projects from convention and exhibition centres, conference centres, hotels, theatres, cinemas and and other single and multi activity sports and leisure centres, and stadia, both in the UK and overseas.
We have provided Civil and Structural services consultancy services for a wide variety of Hotel projects throughout the world as both stand alone developments and as part of a mixed-use scheme.
The development will create the UK’s first teaching theatre for the Performing Arts. Developing the site to the West and directly adjacent to the existing building, the vision is to transform the Lyric into a new kind of cultural and educational building which marries the Lyric’s reputation as one of the UK’s most exciting and acclaimed producing theatres with its track record for supporting and training young people. read more
Proposals for this high-density mixed-use development designed by Terry Farrell + Partners includes a 123-bed hotel, 806 private and affordable residential apartments, business and retail space including a new business centre and extensive community space, a crèche, a private school and a sports hall. read more
We have been commissioned to remodel and to re-identify 20 Chesham Place into the highest quality of hotel accommodation, providing a 5 star+ environment appropriate to its location in both its exterior and interior presentation. It is anticipated that the project will result in the UK’s first 6-7 star accommodation. read more
We were part of a design team commissioned to provide concept designs for a Hotel and Residential complex to be constructed adjacent to the new National Stadium at Wembley in the London Borough of Brent. The development will consist of a 19 storey hotel starting at ground floor level and three 10 storey residential accommodation blocks constructed above 2 levels of car parking starting at ground floor level. A podium with landscaped open areas between the four blocks sits atop a car park. read more