2 Providence Court
hotel & leisure
demolition, façade retention, piling, basement, and RC frame
£ 3.3 million
The Beaumont Hotel Properties
Built in 1926 to be a garage, this fine Art Deco building hosts The Beaumont since 2014.
Deconstruct, together with our sister company De Group Contracting, have recently completed the demolition and enabling phase of 2 Providence Court as principal contractor on behalf of our client Beaumont Hotel Properties.
- external envelope works;
- new lifts;
- structural works to interconnect with the existing building;
- internal fit-out (including FFE) to the new guest suites public and back of house areas complete with new MEPH services installations;
- structural works to interconnect with the existing hotel;
- new public/guest washrooms on the ground floor.
The project comprised two phases. The first phase included the refurbishment of the ground floor interior of the Beaumont Hotel, the modification of two existing guestrooms and modification to the spa and gym in the basement.
The second phase comprised partial demolition and façade retention of 2 Providence Court, to facilitate the construction of an extension of the five-star Beaumont Hotel. The new building includes a basement, ground floor and five upper floors, providing 29 additional guestrooms wrapped around an internal landscaped courtyard and linked to the new accommodation by corridors at every level.
With a project objective of achieving a BREEAM Very Good rating, the façade has been retained and original 1920s design sympathetically reinstated, ensuring that the hotel keeps its unique external character and remains at one with its environs.
Prior to works commencing, Deconstruct set out a period of time to ensure the neighbourly and environmental aspects of the project were established. With regards to our neighbours, Deconstruct provided newsletters and visits to introduce the Management team. Names and contact details were provided to ensure all communications regarding the works were understood and actioned.
Environmental monitoring was established to ensure the noise, dust and vibration levels would not cause disruption to the neighbouring properties.
The term “topping out” refers to the installation of the final piece of structure; it signifies that the structure has reached its maximum height.
The images feature DE Group Business Development Director, George Swain, and our client Mr Wafic Rida Saïd.