east midlands construction company, Edmond Shipway, has been awarded a new contract with Center Parcs.
The Nottingham-based firm will be providing a range of services on a construction project to create three new two-storey treehouses at Center Parcs Woburn Forest – providing mechanical and electrical and cost consultancy services as well as managing the project build.
The treehouses will be built high above the ground amongst the treetops within the surrounding woodland and are due to be complete by summer 2018.
The news comes as Edmond Shipway announced completion of the development of new feature water rides at the Center Parcs in Longleat Forest. This includes a new family Cyclone ride, a new two-person ride and a range of children’s play water features.
Over in Ireland, mechanical and electrical contractors have been appointed for the new €233m Center Parcs Longford Forest – the first in the country.
Edmond Shipway is acting as mechanical and electrical consultants, project managers, cost consultants and electrical engineers on the new village, which will have up to 500 lodges and more than 100 indoor and outdoor activities.
Infrastructure works have already been completed, with the rest of the work due to be completed in 2019.
Lastly, at the Center Parcs Whinfell Forest in the Lake District, a project to build ten exclusive lodges has recently been completed.
Director of Mechanical and Electrical engineering at Edmond Shipway, which has offices in Phoenix Park in Nottingham, Daman Ranby said: “We are delighted to be further strengthening our business relationship with Center Parcs and working on all of these exciting projects. It is great to be helping in the development of Center Parcs and to see the company adding new experiences and facilities for their guests.”