Premier Inn On Schedule at Oswestry
Pickstock Construction complete building of Premier Inn on schedule at Oswestry
Using Element Europe’s award winning modular room solution has enabled a 59 bedroom hotel to open on schedule at Oswestry.
Oswestry’s new hotel and restaurant has been hailed as the first stage in the development of a high quality business park just off the A5.
The new Whitbread hotel was delivered by Oswestry based J Ross Developments with the building work carried out by the company’s in-house contracting arm Pickstock Construction.
J. Ross Project Manager Rob Humphreys said the new hotel was a significant development for the town and had been built in a unique method.
“Using a new and innovative modern building system allowed us to meet a tight construction programme and provided significant environmental benefits.”
“We worked with our sister company Elements Europe, utilising their award winning modular rooms for 45 of the 59 bedrooms. The ‘Roompod‘ solution sees fully fitted rooms built and assembled in the Oswestry factory before being transported to the site.”
“The development is the first stage in establishing Oswestry Gateway as a high quality business park, with opportunities for offices, day nursery, trade counter, motor dealership and employment land.”
Leisure giant Whitbread opened the Premier Inn Hotel and Table Table restaurant, to be called Oswald’s Cross, on Monday, April 6.
Premier Inn General Manager Robert Cooke said the development provided 50 new jobs and the opening marked the first stage in the development of the business park.
Jefferson Sheard Architects has published its annual 16/17 report which reflects on the past 12 months progression in sectors such as student accommodation and the public sector, as well as highlighting key projects of significance.
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