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Travelodge, Loughborough

Hotel & Accommodation
"Russell WBHO employs a ‘one-team’ collaborative approach, bringing together in-house expertise, sub-contractors, suppliers, partner professionals, our clients and their representatives to deliver consistently successful projects."
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Location: The Wharf, Bridge St, Loughborough
  • Client: Travelodge, Loughborough
  • Contact: JCT design & build
  • Completion: May 2012
  • Architect: Hall Needham Associates
  • M&E: King Associates

The Challenge

New build 87-bedroom Travelodge hotel built over six storeys with 4,900 sq ft of ground floor retail and leisure space on the edge of the Grand Union Canal, commissioned by H2O Urban – a national joint venture between British Waterways and private developer bloc.

Travelodge Loughborough

The contemporary building is part of a wider regeneration programme at The Wharf and is located on a previously derelict site on the banks of the canal.

Built within the canal basin regeneration area, the construction required piled foundation with a concrete transfer deck and timber frame above.

The building envelope was finished in a combination of Trespa render, black and buff facing brick to match surrounding buildings. The project represents a £5.2million investment by the hotel chain and has created 15 jobs for people in the local community. Russells undertook the new build programme over 12 months.

https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/547/Loughborough-Central-hotel

 

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