“I was impressed with the organisation of the teams on site and their consideration in terms of the operational needs of the hotel. Communication with the Project Manager was excellent and he was available to speak to at all the critical moments."  
A customer in Hertfordshire says:

Orangery Extension for Hotel & Restaurant in Hertfordshire

St. Michael’s Manor Hotel is a Grade II* listed building, owned and run as a hotel by the Newling-Ward family since 1965. The brief was to design a space that would integrate the interior dining area with a new orangery by opening the external wall and extending the dining room an extra two and a half metres.

The new orangery had to be designed in sympathy with the elegance of this charming and historic Georgian building, creating an environment from which the stunning views could be enjoyed over the hotel’s beautifully kept grounds.

About the running of the project Geoff said, “I was impressed with the organisation of the teams on site and their consideration in terms of the operational needs of the hotel. Communication with the Project Manager was excellent and he was available to speak to at all the critical moments."

Geoff continued, “The project was carried out in the first two months of the year so there were some adverse weather conditions to deal with. The team was most adept at turning their attention to other tasks when they were challenged. I particularly liked the willingness of David Salisbury to work with our existing suppliers."

St Michael's Manor, Hertfordshire

was designed by Simon Martin

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This extension won a civic design award

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