Boasting 146 modern guest rooms and suites, the hotel caters to the growing demand for upscale accommodation sought by the city’s diverse set of travellers.
As the newest dining option to the neighbourhood, Hawkers Bar and Brasserie pays homage to Kingston’s extensive contribution to the history of aviation. With its modern design as well as its lively indoor and outdoor atmosphere, Hawkers Bar and Brasserie boasts a trend-setting menu with a selection of contemporary dishes to complement its vast choice of local craft beers, spirits and wine, as well as a signature Afternoon Tea.
Harixon Facilities took part in the installation and completion of Control Cables within the Hawkers Bar and Brassiere, installing items such as fans and safety equipment.
St Leonard’s place has an interesting exterior that sits in its own landscaped grounds.
The stylish interior design and sparkling specification make it easy to appreciate why here at Harixon Facilities we have gained the right reputation for building classic apartments that meet twenty-first century expectations.
Harixon Facilities helped manufactured and installed 1049 Room Modules for a student accommodation scheme in the heart of Colchester. The accommodation offers 779 high-quality student rooms with easy access to Colchester’s Essex University Campus. The rooms are rented out to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students attending the University.
The scheme, located on King Edwards Quay, Colchester is the largest student accommodation scheme Harixon Facilities has been involved in. The development comprises 779 rooms across eight floors and offers seven types of student accommodation. One bed flats, studio apartments and en-suite cluster rooms were delivered using our full volumetric Room Module system. The additional 255 Room Modules being manufactured were for shared kitchen facilities for students and plant rooms.
Within the development, there is a shop, restaurant and spacious communal areas both internally and externally.
The construction delivery of the project was achieved in two phases, with Phase 1 being completed in September 2014 and Phase 2, a carbon copy of the first Phase completed in September 2015. All of the modules were designed in a contemporary manner and developed according to the client’s specification.
Harixon Facilities have begun work on a brand new student accommodation scheme in Plymouth. This will consist of two blocks of student accommodation on land in Plymouth City Centre which was once home to redundant and unattractive garages. The first block being 13 Storey’s high and the second being 10 Storey’s high.
The architects have worked hard to ensure that the design is in line with the local vernacular. Featuring massing which is stepped with apex of the southern elevation, along with the upper storey’s being glazed to soften the scale of the building.
A modular solution is being used for both blocks of accommodation, including; Room Modules, Kitchen Modules and Bathrooms Modules.
The Accommodation is set to be open in time for the September 2018 intake of Students.
The Play Shed is situated in a grade II listed railway building. Keeping some of its original features, it was renovated and designed by Harixon Facilities to be a children’s play centre and took 4 months to complete the renovation.
Located in the heart of Stafford the Play Shed is now one of the most successful children play centres within the local area.
Harixon Facilities has worked in collaboration with Elements Europe and Edmond Shipway on a new student accommodation scheme in Edinburgh, for client West Park Place Developments Ltd. The scheme, named the Haymarket was developed in two phases. Harixon Facilities helped to manufacture 168 Room Pods in total, comprising of studio and en-suite Room Pods.
Studio Room Pods feature a kitchenette facility, sleeping and study area, as well as an en-suite bathroom. The smaller en-suite Room Pods offer students a room with en-suite bathroom, study area and sleeping area. Students in these rooms share a communal kitchen, which will also be manufactured by Elements Europe.
Phase 1, the largest section of the development saw 125 Room Pods installed in mid- July. This first phase included the renovation of an existing derelict post office building on the site, which was modularised to accommodate seven Room Pods. These were installed by the main contractor removing one of the walls from the building and Elements Europe’s installation team carefully installing the Room Pods. This building was then adjoined to the main accommodation block.
Phase 2 of the scheme featured an additional 43 Room Pods in two separate three-storey buildings located at opposite ends of the main accommodation block.
We helped to manufacture a show flat for the scheme to assist in the pre-letting of rooms prior to the first phase opening for the September intake of students.