back to projectsHipping Hall Orangery

Category Leisure,
Client Hipping Hall
Value £100,000
Consultants Harrison Pitt Architects
Completion 2013

Pinington were appointed to undertake the main refurbishment works of the existing Hotel Orangery at Hipping Hall whilst the facilties remained open. Works undertaken included, demolition of existing orangery and construction of new build with a footprint one third bigger than the existing. Building works included complete timber framed superstructure with all joinery items including external window frames manufactured by Pinington, featured sky light, limestone floor slabs and all M&E services to the new extension were also undertaken direct by Pinington.

Within the new extension an existing water well was exposed and incorporated within the final feature of the floor area with toughened glass floor and featured internal lighting.

To the externals features matching the existing property include, cast iron down pipes, banded stone work, and extensive stone pathing and landscaping.

From demolition to handover of the new works took 21 days to complete.

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