The Sylvester Keal team recently completed an entire overhaul of the ventilation in a high end country hotel’s bar and restaurant.
The hotel, which was originally the base of the Dambuster, was noted as non-compliant for gas regulations and required improvements on its ventilation and air makeup within the hotel’s kitchen.
The £42,500 project included a full rework of the ventilation systems to include renewal and upgrade of existing gas services, as well as the interlocking to assure compliance with current legislation.
Enhanced lighting schemes were also fitted, as well as the overhaul of the electrical supplies via bespoke fabrication of the service spine.
Working hard to meet the brief, budget and deadline, we coordinated with a leading ventilation contractor and a suspended ceiling contractor to complete the work to the highest of standards.
The original project specification was two weeks, however, we completed the project in four-and-a-half days, meaning an extra £10,000 in revenue was made for the customers as they were able to re-open sooner.
One of the most challenging aspects of this project was to reduce the noise pollution within the kitchen and restaurant which was a problem the user faced with the previous system, as well as enhance the airflow to improve staff’s working environment - our wealth of experience and expertise allowed us to overcome this obstacle.
Emma, the hotel’s Company Director, said: “During the project, I was given regular updates every step of the way and Sylvester Keal’s Project Manager was on site for the entire project and was extremely approachable.
“The installation team were young, dynamic and very professional, as well as being hardworking.”