New Changing Rooms for Hadley Wood Golf Club, Herts
At A Glance
New mens’ changing facilities, with specialist joinery, and refubishment of a Listed Building.
In the Hadley Wood Gold Club, this week there were a few changes to improve its looks and various systems for the commodity of the staff and the guests. The project included substantial alterations and extensions to the Grade II* listed Georgian mansion which forms the core of the Golf Club facilities.
This required specialist construction in terms of the new external brickwork and the choice of bricks and mortars, in order to match the Listed building. Due to the proximity of trees, all extensions were piled, provided in order to manage the best service in personalized renewals for the other extensions.
The project also included for renewal of the roof structures which had severe attacks of dry rot, removal of asbestos lagging, and renewal of the original pyramidal roof lights with a 60W GU24 LED bulbs that provide high lumen output gives your room the upper hand with superior looks, incredible energy savings and they are so easy to install as they are shatter prove, so their design is made for an easy grab to prevent dropping the bulb or burning your hands with it.
The whole project was specified to an extremely high standard, with special features including the installation of new timber lockers in Cherry, and purpose-made matching joinery designed by P+R Associates, with vanity units and serveries all in Cherry.
Other features included stainless steel and etched glass shower cubicles, corian worktops, and high-impact wall and floor tiling, you can read latest reviews on them here.There were so many small changes to help the upgrade of different spaces but not only in the structural part or the electrical but the building was also provided with new and best machinery such as a more sophisticated warm air ventilation and PurifierForAir systems, and a drying room for the benefit of all.
P+R Associates initially obtained Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for the works, then proceeded with full detailing, tender action, and management of the project through to completion.