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Lilleshall Hall Main House Refurbishment

We brought together a Design Team comprising of Consultants experienced in both the Hotel and Leisure Sector who also had an in depth knowledge of work on listed building and buildings of historical interest.

The works comprised of the internal fit our to 4 nr floors, basement, first and second, including cutting edge energy saving mechanical and electrical installations together with repairs to the existing windows which included upgrading of the existing glazing to provide double glazed units to comply with current performance standards. All within an existing Grade 2* listed building.

The refurbishment comprises of 29 individually designed bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, including 2 nr Bridal Suites and Syndicate Rooms, all with period features including decorative cornices, ceilings and doors.

A completely new Mechanical and Electrical system was provided in line with current specifications and standards with energy saving heating and lighting and particularly challenging was the installation of 2nr lifts within the wood panelled period Reception Area.

The building was built by the 2nd Duke of Sutherland in the 1830’s and was designed by the Architect, Sir Jeffry Wyattville – Architect to the King who at the time of building the House at Lilleshall was also working on Windsor Castle.

It is situated within the grounds of the Lilleshall National Sports and Conferencing Centre, a Sport England facility managed by Serco Leisure Ltd.

The multi disciplined team provided by Baker Mallett incorporated:

  • Project Management
  • Architectural Services
  • M&E Services
  • PD
  • Building Surveying
  • Structural Services
  • Asbestos Consultant
  • Fire Strategy Consultant
  • Pest & Bat Consultant
  • Acoustic Consultant
  • Lighting Consultant

The project was refurbished and fitted out in an 18 month period including providing a 3 month period for the Clients direct Sub – Contractors.