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The recently completed Premier Inn site in Skegness

Triton secures hotel deals in Warrington and Wigan

The contractor has been appointed to four Premier Inn sites, including one in Warrington and another in Wigan.

Construction has already begun on the 10,500 sq ft two-storey 33-bedroom extension in Warrington’s M62 hotel, which when completed will have 70 bedrooms. A 31-bedroom extension in Wigan has also broken ground, which will have 68 bedrooms over 9,500 sq ft when completed.  Triton is also set to provide the internal fit out as well as external work. The developer and project manager is Whitbread, Allison Pike is the architect and designer. Roscoe is the structural engineer and the quantity surveyor is Monaghans.

With the other assigned projects in Nottingham and Uttoxeter, the total project cost is valued at £5m. When completed, this will mark the completion of 1,000 rooms by Triton for Whitbread, which own and operate Premier Inn, the UK’s largest hotel chain.

These projects come fresh from the completion of Liverpool North Premier Inn which was handed over on 15 August. This two-storey 33-bedroom extension was 10,800 sq ft and raised it’s offer to 116 bedrooms. The design team was the same as that for the Wigan and Warrington schemes, aside from the structural engineer who was Booth King Partnership.

Triton Construction has an annual turnover of £60m and provides design and build, civil, fit out, and refurbishment services. It was established 14 years ago and employs 80 people across its North West and Yorkshire offices.

Paul Halloran, framework director at Triton, said: “We are pleased to maintain a strong working partnership with Premier Inn and it’s delivery partners. Over the last five years we will have delivered over 1,000 bedrooms across 34 hotels and delivered projects valued in excess of £18.5m in 2018 alone. We know the brand and its commitment to build quality intimately and look forward to supporting its further growth strategy with more pipeline projects in the UK.”

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Well done to Walsingham Planning for securing planning permission for all the extensions.

By Ed