Baker Mallett was appointed as Project Manager on this extensive restoration project which included developing education facilities and holiday accommodation, as well as restaurant and visitor attraction space.
The £11.8 million project was awarded the RSAW Conservation Award in Cardiff on 27th April.
The Welsh Architecture Awards are presented by RSAW (Royal Society of Architects in Wales) as part of the UK-wide RIBA Architecture Awards (Royal Institute of British Architects) which in turn lead on to the RIBA Stirling Prize, awarded to the building with the most influence on the evolution of architecture in 2016.
Neil Griffiths, Chairman of Baker Mallett commented “Both the restoration and development elements of this project have been a joy, honour and privilege to be involved with. When working on buildings of such significant historic importance, the whole team has to work meticulously to preserve the past and provide the best for the future”
To view a case study on this project please click here (***LINK TO BE ADDED**)
You can read all about the other winning projects on the architecture.com website.