Developed by The De Vere Group under their ‘Village Urban Resort’ brand the project comprised a 120 bedroom hotel incorporating a state of the art gym, 20m swimming pool, conference facilities, restaurant, bar and coffee shop.
Location: Crewe Toll, Edinburgh
Client: De Vere
Enabling works included the demolition of ‘Helix House’ a vacant two storey office building built in 1987 and ground remediation works across the site. The main hotel block comprised a 5-storey steel frame designed as a partial moment frame to minimise bracing providing uninterrupted glazed elevations.
The 2-storey leisure block was designed to provide column free clear spans with exposed cell-form beams spanning the width of the swimming pool.
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