One of the Isle of Wight’s most distinctive landmarks, the Ryde Castle Hotel, reopens this Friday. The hotel has been fully refurbished, following a fire in March 2012.
Our pictures show new structural steel installed by BS Steels in the damaged section of the hotel. Introduction of such massive steels within a damaged structure required considerable expertise and care, but will have been well worth the effort.
Such projects often depend on the strength and versatility of steel at their core, and the expertise of our drawing office, workshop and installation team has helped deliver some amazing transformations.
Other properties in which BS Steels has been involved recently include the Heron at Havant, The Black Bull at Folkestone, The Farmhouse at Portsmouth, The Green Man at Ringmer and The Wheatsheaf at Farnham. Many of these properties are owned by Greene King, and in most cases we have worked alongside Turvey Construction, a Hampshire-based specialist in construction for the retail, hotel and leisure industries. This is a perfect example of the partnership ethos within all of BS Steels’s services.
More photos of the steelwork at Ryde Castle are available in our album on Facebook.