This Month in Premier Construction 27.8
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction.
In this month’s issue we take a look at The Royal Albert Hall; we check out One Molesworth Street and we explore Woodland Holiday Park.
In 1871, the year that The Royal Albert Hall opened, it staged just 36 shows. It now hosts almost 400 events in the auditorium and many hundreds more around the Royal Albert Hall every year.
As the site approaches its 150th anniversary in 2021, a new two-storey double height basement is being created to provide much-needed space for artists, crew and promoters. The new accommodation will also enable the site to provide more contemporary facilities for the audiences within the Hall.
For three centuries, Molesworth Street and Dawson Street have been the focal point of Dublin’s most elegant quarter. Today, One Molesworth Street enhances this location’s status as one of the capital’s most distinguished addresses. One Molesworth Street has been designed by leading architects, Henry J Lyons to exude quality and maximise the occupier experience. The building has two separate expressions reflecting the different characters of the street. One Molesworth Street is six storey’s high with ‘The Ivy’ restaurant, a café, retail unit and office accommodation above.
Situated just a few hundred yards from Norfolk’s stunning deep historic coastline, famous for its outstanding beauty, Woodland Holiday Park is the perfect destination to enjoy a relaxing pace of life and spend quality time in a tranquil woodland location.
Providing a home from home environment for guests since 1970, Woodland Holiday Park has evolved from a simple touring park into a leisure park now owning a variety of luxury hire accommodation including Scandinavian lodges, woodland cabins and caravans.
With all this and more, join us as we explore the impressive construction projects that continue to shape our landscape.