This Month in Channel Islands Construction Focus – Issue 4.5
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction: Channel Islands Construction Focus.
In this month’s issue we take a look at the work at College Gardens; we catch up with The Style Group; and we tuck in at The Tasting Room.
College Gardens is an exceptional and prestigious £38m re-development project to create one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments complete with allocated parking, extensive private landscaped gardens and a gym for residents, on the site of one of Jersey’s most iconic buildings – the former Jersey College for Girls at La Pouquelaye. The project, located near the centre of St Helier, is being carried out for the Jersey Development Company (JDC), with ROK-Regal as main contractors, Henderson Green Partnership as mechanical and electrical engineers, Waddington Architects as project architects and Hartigans as structural engineers.
Meanwhile, The Style Group is one of the largest construction and construction-related group of companies in Jersey, the first of which was established in 1947 and consists of six companies. With many years of experience across a broad spectrum of construction related disciplines, the group provides a package of skills and services that ensures they stand out in the Channel Islands. Recent projects include Jersey Post Docking Station Extension and Jacksons Garage Development.
And finally, described as a ‘modern adventure in food and wine’ for Jersey is the recently launched The Tasting Room at The Atlantic Hotel’s Ocean Restaurant by Executive Chef Will Holland. Building on the long-established reputation of Ocean Restaurant, the Tasting Room exclusively showcases Tasting Menus by Will Holland and has been very well received by guests. Hosting just 14 covers, guests in The Tasting Room’s intimate space are treated to a seven-course tasting menu, offering an extraordinary celebration of the very best local ingredients and finest produce sourced from Jersey and its waters.
With all this and more, look no further than Channel Islands Construction Focus for the latest awe-inspiring developments that continue to shape the architectural landscape.