Our Projects: Sussex County Cricket Club

This first phase of the works was completed in April 2010.  The works comprised new groundskeeper facilities, a  workshop/maintenance building, new public toilets, restaurant/bar area and hospitality suites.

In the second phase the Victorian Pavilion has had a virtual re-build following the discovery and rectification of some major timber decay and damp problems. The Long Room and Hospitality facilities within the Pavilion have been           magnificently restored and now accommodate two new restaurant areas, kitchens, passenger lifts and new toilets. The vaulted under croft to the Pavilion – once the grounds men's store - is now the home of Sussex’s Cricket  Museum.

The ground development includes the construction of two new stands; the South Stand, accommodating the PROBIZ Media Centre for broadcasters, together with the Ground Control Room and a physiotherapy centre; and the South-West Stand which will provide fantastic views of the cricket for approximately 2,000 spectators. Its under croft houses a new club shop and reception, food and beverage outlet.

  • Client: Sussex County Cricket Club
  • Sector: Sport and Leisure
  • Services: Building SurveyingCost ConsultancyHealth and SafetyProject Management
  • Contract: £8 million

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