Sep 20, 2017 Last Updated 11:00 PM, Sep 10, 2017
Building a new leisure centre can be a gamble for a local authority, particularly when the council already has one in operation and suggests a costly alternative on a site in the countryside.
Speller Metcalfe has undertaken a £10.5m revamp of Perdiswell Leisure Centre on behalf of Worcester City Council, with the focal point being a new eight-lane competition standard pool, designed to attract everyone from casual swimmers to Olympic and Paralympic champions.
Heston Pools and Fitness, designed by Studio E, offers some fantastic facilities including two swimming pools, all the latest gym and fitness equipment, an extensive programme of group exercise classes, indoor cycling studio, soft play centre, cafe, high-spec changing rooms, 3G pitches and much more!
Architectural aluminium systems by leading supplier, Kawneer, have been used on a RIBA award-winning leisure and community centre for their aesthetics and technical capabilities.
Speller Metcalfe has started renovating its fifth leisure centre for Halo Leisure and Herefordshire Council. Since 2014, five Halo leisure centres across Herefordshire have undergone a combined £12.3m renovation to increase membership and reduce maintenance costs, helping Halo sustainably deliver services with no extra operational…
Carlo Gavazzi is making sure energy consumption is lean and mean at Lifestyles@Flitwick, a new £15m leisure centre in Flitwick, Bedfordshire. Energy efficiency is high on the agenda at the new centre and electrical contractor REL Electrical has opted for Carlo Gavazzi’s Dupline system to…
AHR has recently completed the new Arcadia Library and Leisure Centre in the heart of Levenshulme, Manchester. The 2438m² centre provides visitors with an array of new facilities, aimed at catering to a diverse community.
Cheshire East Council’s £15m state-of-the-art lifestyle centre recently opened its doors to the public, giving the people of Crewe the most modern combined leisure and community amenity in the country.
Commercial solar PV developer EvoEnergy has completed one of the UK’s largest solar carports at a leisure centre owned by Nottingham City Council.
Award-winning architecture practice AHR has designed Hough End Leisure Centre in south Manchester. Since its opening, the leisure centre has seen record attendance levels – 1700 members signed up on the launch of the leisure centre and membership currently stands at 4300.
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