We may all be working harder – but we’re all playingharder too. What's more, the lines defining some leisure locations fromworkplaces are also blurring, with demands and trends changing quickly: we'realso working and playing smarter.
For instance, a coffee shop used to be somewhere toswitch off - now it's somewhere to switch on, utilising their power sockets andwifi, of course. It's normal.
But so too is a vast array of leisure activities. Thatmakes it a massively competitive market, with fast-growing levels ofinvestment. So it isn’t just the building that has to be eye-grabbing, but sotoo must be the deal: focus on design quality and occupational use are crucial.
At McBains we understand the delicate balance between theexternal appearance that sells a facility, its internal use of space – and thepresentation of its design. Flexibility of approach is key.
Our leisure teams are experienced at making the outsideenvironment inspiring and the inside innovatively usable. Both looks andfacilities send signals to target markets. We have the skills to satisfy all thecomplexities of your requirements which in turn are dictated by userexpectations
That can be the management of major new leisuredevelopments, to roll-out and refurbishment programmes and the intricacies ofmaintenance of existing premises and facilities, whether hotel, pub, bar, restaurant,gym, swimming pool, theatre, art gallery museum or places of worship.
- Dorsett Hospitality International
- Enterprise Inns
- Gordon Ramsey Holdings
- Greene King Plc
- Millennium Hotels & Resorts
- Nuffield Health
- Premier Inn
- Punch Taverns Plc
- Travelodge Hotels
Hotels & Leisure Projects
O2 Intercontinental Hotel, London
Hotel and residential development project on the Greenwich Peninsula.
Coal Drops Yard
A mixed-use project converting the buildings that make up ‘Coal Drops Yard’ within Kings Cross Central – Argent’s billion pound regeneration scheme.