Hotel & Leisure

Hotel & Leisure sector projects

Please find a selection of projects that HSP Consulting Engineers have undertaken in the Hotel & Leisure sector. Do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Alfreton Leisure Centre

Client: Carillion PLC

Location: Alfreton

Project overview

HSP were commissioned by Carillion PLC to advise on the construction of Alfreton Leisure Centre. With a value of £8 million, the leisure centre encompasses a number of facilities including an Olympic Sized swimming pool, leisure pools, squash courts and a gymnasium.

In terms of the scope of structural works, HSP advised on the construction of Alfreton Leisure to include steel portal frames with two storey internal areas. The development was completed on time and to budget.

Ripley Leisure Centre

Client: Carillion PLC

Location: Ripley

Project overview

HSP were commissioned by Carillion PLC to advise on the construction of Ripley Leisure Centre. With a value of £8 million, the leisure centre encompasses a number of facilities including an Olympic Sized swimming pool, leisure pools, squash courts and a gymnasium.

In terms of structural works, HSP advised on the construction of Ripley Leisure Centre to include steel portal frames with two storey internal areas. The development was completed on time and to budget.

Bet365 Leisure and Training Centre, Stoke-on-Trent

Client: St. Modwen Properties Plc

Location: Stoke-on-Trent

Project overview

HSP Consulting were commissioned by St Modwen to assist on the development of a £7.7 million training and leisure facility at Bet365 Group’s corporate headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent. The training and leisure facility, measures a total size of 33,500 sqft and when completed will feature two five a side football pitches, a multi-use games area, changing rooms, training room,s offices and onsite staff parking.

HSP’s input involved a range of works which are but not exclusive to the design and structural details of the foundations, edge beams, office floor, lift shaft details, masonry stud walling and their foundation supports, the fuel area foundations and the design and structural details of the gatehouse and its foundations. HSP’s Civil Engineering department were particularly involved in this project, providing the design of the storm water attenuation scheme and the storm water drainage analysis for the entire site.

Harvey Hadden Sports Complex, Nottingham

Client: Nottingham City Council

Value: £20 million

Project overview

HSP’s Traffic and Transport team were appointed by Nottingham City Council to Prepare a Transport Statement and Travel Plan to support the planning application for the expansion and regeneration of Harvey Hadden Sports Complex.

Throughout HSP’s involvement in this project, there was extensive Pre-and Post-application consultation with the Highway Authority; for the purpose of ensuring that the scale of development proposed will not have a significant residual impact on the wider transport network.

Loughborough Tennis Centre

Client: Loughborough University

Contractor: Bluestone Plc

Architect: Isherwood McCann

Project overview

HSP Consulting’s Structural team were appointed by Loughborough University to design the main building (to be used by the National Tennis Association) at the Loughborough University Campus.

Valued at £4 million, the site had extremely poor ground conditions and therefore the viability of the site was questioned. As a solution, HSP provided detailed specification for the internal and external tennis court slabs and significant compaction and geo-textile membranes were incorporated to achieve a minimum C.B.R of 5%.

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Kilworth House Hotel – Leicestershire

Client: Kilworth House Partnership

Contractor: Ballast Plc

Architect: Corporate Architechture

Value: £10 million

Project overview

HSP’s Structural team were appointed by Kilworth House Partnership on designing for the restoration of a Grade II listed country house to form a new 4-star luxury hotel. Many of the original features needed to be replicated on the extension in order to satisfy the appropriate authorities.

A new 60 bedroom, 2-storey wing was constructed in load bearing masonry construction on piled foundations.

As part of the restoration of the existing, traditional methods were used where necessary. However traditional met modern methods within the roof as several structural members suffering with rot had sections cut out and new timber inserted by means of resin bonded joints.