Climarite continues work at Holland Hall

While the 17th century hotel in Upholland, Lancashire enjoys completion of the first phase of its £1m restoration project, Climarite progresses plans for Phase 2.

The initial stages of development included the installation of two brand new cellar coldrooms, one for Thee Robert De Holland Inn and another for the Garden Suite area, which re-opened last week.

The separate coldrooms both featured British-made J & E. Hall equipment and included a 8.4kw unit, ensuring that temperatures remain between 10-14 degrees Celsius – a requirement of the customer brief.

Additional upgrades have been made to refrigeration and air conditioning equipment throughout the grade II listed building, which dates back to 1654 in parts, with specific focus on its high-end restaurant and function suite central to the popular wedding venue.

2019 will see a further extention and upgrades to refrigeration and air conditioning systems in the main kitchen. The orangery, office and leisure facilities, as well as 16+ rooms and suites, will also benefit from brand new air conditioning units as part of the Phase 2 plan.

Earlier this year Holland Hall was purchased by Wigan businessman, Bill Kenyon. Climarite Ltd continues to work with Mr Kenyon at Holland Hall and a number of other Lancashire-based projects.

Climarite services the hospitality sector and other industries across the North West.



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