G&H Building Services completes luxury spa extension at Rudding Park Hotel with Henry Boot
Work to add a luxury spa development to Harrogate hotel Rudding Park has been completed.
G&H Building Services was appointed by Henry Boot Construction in a £1.15 million mechanical contract as part of the addition to the Grade I-listed hotel.
Works by G&H Building Services included cooling, ventilation and power supplies to nine treatment rooms, three relaxation rooms and a plunge pool.
A 17-metre indoor swimming pool and a 12-metre outdoor hydrotherapy pool, associated changing facilities, a restaurant, shop, hair studio and manicure, pedicure and make-up bar were also fitted out and fully serviced.
Underfloor heating was installed to the majority of areas to add another degree of luxury and comfort.
And in a further demonstration of the fine detail given to the scheme’s mechanical operation, three plant rooms – domestic, heating and ventilation condenser – were built instead of using a single plant room.
G&H Fabrication built a heating skid mount off-site, which reduced the works by four weeks compared to a traditional on-site build.
The scheme was pre-designed by MRB.
Mechanical Engineer at G&H Building Services, Joel Hesp, said: “The services installed will give those using the spa the highest level of comfort and luxury, in keeping with the rest of Rudding Park.
“Extensive liaison with the hotel and the contractor ensured the best specification for all fittings and equipment.
“The work is sustainable too, with a 1,500kW CHP unit recycling otherwise wasted heat and feeding back into the National Grid.”
G&H Maintenance is the third division of the G&H Group to be appointed and it will carry out planned preventative maintenance for the first 12 months.
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