Cordant Projects, has secured a significant contract to play a key role in the development of eleven stylish hotels across the UK. The company will provide a range of mechanical and electrical (M&E) services during the construction of the Moxy Hotels under a framework agreement with Vastint Hospitality, part of the Vastint Group, the international real estate organisation.
Under the terms of the £19.6 million deal, Cordant Projects will be responsible for the design and build of all the M&E aspects of the 11 hotels. This includes a new 437-room development at Heathrow, a 294-room hotel in Stratford and a 213-room complex in Edinburgh. The other hotels will be based in Milton Keynes (213), Southampton (212), Bristol (206), Glasgow SSC (200), Cardiff (183), Glasgow (180), Edinburgh Fountainbridge (180) and York (102).
The remit includes all heating, air conditioning, lighting, ventilation, electrics and digital installations. In addition, Cordant Projects will utilise its extensive experience to design and fit internal sprinkler systems within each room, as well as throughout corridors and other public areas of the hotels.
Giedrius Malakauskas, Construction Manager at Vastint Hospitality, said: “When working on major projects, it is vital to partner with organisations that are reliable and have the ability to continually deliver exceptional levels of service. During discussions it quickly became clear that Cordant Projects matched our requirements.
The Moxy Hotel brand is designed to revolutionise the traditional economy hotel experience and excite the next generation of travellers and we look forward to completing this latest project.”
David Parratt, Business Development Director at Cordant Projects, said: “We are extremely pleased to secure this fantastic opportunity to further expand our footprint within the hospitality and leisure sectors. We remain committed to providing world-class services that help our clients meet their objectives whilst also delivering exceptional value. This is a key reason behind our continued growth and ongoing success.”