Architecture, sports and leisure firm, LK2, has been appointed as consultant architects for the replacement facilities at Kenwick Park Hotel following the fire in October 2014, which completely destroyed the Leisure Club and Spa.
The new building will feature state of the art facilities, including a dramatic pool hall which takes its inspiration from the original, enhanced changing facilities, a gymnasium, an exercise studio and a new spa complex.
The exciting project has had the significant ground and steel frame erected and is due to be completed in March 2016.
Over 40 firefighters from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue were called out to tackle the fire which led to over 100 hotel guests being evacuated and forced the popular leisure centre to close.
Andrew Kitchen director at LK2, said:
“After such an unfortunate incident we are proud to be restoring the leisure complex back to its former glory and work has started immediately.
“The fire was a huge shock not just for the owners and staff at the hotel, but also the local community. The facilities are used heavily by local people and we look forward to delivering a new and improved facility for all to enjoy.”
The Kenwick Park Hotel is set within the magnificent grounds of the 320-acre Kenwick Park Estate in the Lincolnshire Wolds in the busy market town of Louth.
Stuart Flynn from Kenwick Park Hotel added:
“We are delighted to now see the state of the art facilities taking shape and we are sure our members and hotel guests will appreciate the brand new complex upon its completion next year.
“The work by LK2 will enhance the estate environment and spa business and will be in line with our unique style of traditional original features and slick, modern facilities.”