Project Managers: Gleeds Management Services Ltd
Architect: Aedas RHWL
Mechanical Engineers: Red Engineering Design
Poor acoustic performance is one of the major complaints received by hotel operators from their guests. Whether it is poor insulation between bedrooms, music disturbance from the on-site entertainment facilities, or plant noise from the ventilation services.
We use our experience to ensure that each hotel is designed to minimise these issues and creates the right environment for guests to enjoy their stay.
Client: Shiva Hotels
Cass Allen were appointed on new London Hotel, The BoTree to assist in the detailed acoustic design of this unique hotel. Located at the top end of Marylebone Lane on the border with Mayfair, this new luxury hotel consists of 199 luxurious rooms, as well as highlights such as destination restaurants and bars, a cinema screening room, nightclub and fitness suite. It’s diverse, multi-use facilities needed intricate design considerations.
Client: Shiva Hotels
Project Managers: Beadmans LLP
Architect: Dexter Moren Associates
Mechanical Engineers: Ferguson Brown Ltd
Cass Allen Associates provided acoustic design guidance for this luxury 53 bedroom boutique hotel combined with six residential apartments. The site is complex acoustically due to the proximity of Tube lines and the constrained nature of the site.
Cass Allen has advised the client throughout the planning, design and construction phases.
Client: Morgan Sindall plc
To acoustically design the facade and internal partitions of the hotel to achieve Holiday Inn’s specification. Also to carry out sound testing to demonstrate compliance with the client’s specifications and part E of the building regulations.
Client: BDL Group plc
Architects: Jestico & Whiles
To investigate reported poor sound insulation across the moveable partitions between meeting rooms and conference areas in this new £28m luxury hotel. We carried out insulation tests to identify the source of the problem, which was then rectified by the partition manufacturer before the hotel first opened for business.
Client: Chartfront / EGPL
Architects: Barber Casanovas Ruffles
Planning Consultants: Januarys
To assist with achieving planning permission for a new Travelodge Hotel. The site in on one of the main access routes into Cambridge and so a high performance facade was required to achieve suitable noise levels inside guest bedrooms.
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