Shelter Hall is located in the heart of Brighton and provides an unrivalled seafront space for the city’s residents and visitors to eat, drink and socialise in.
Embracing the city’s heritage seafront achitecture Shelter Hall the 1880s designed rotunda building houses resturants and cafes with the added bonus of fabulous sea views.
The project to fit out the public toilets to the newly constructed Shelter Hall building on the Brighton seafront promenade began early in 2021 and consists of male and female toilet areas, DDA toilet and changing spaces, wet room with shower facility, attendant store and cleaners cupboard.
PROJECT CATEGORIESCDM & Principal Designer, Contract Administration, Cost Management and Quantity Surveying,
Brighton and Hove City Council
Darren Karchewski and Natasha Webley
Quantity Surveying, Contract Administration and Principal Designer
Cheesmur Building Contractors
The project to fit out of the public toilets to newly constructed Shelter Hall building on the Brighton seafront promenade began early in 2021 and consists of male and female toilet areas, DDA toilet and changing spaces, wet room with shower facility attendant store and cleaner’s cupboard.
These are much needed modern public toilet facilities for the Brighton seafront rejuvenation scheme. Due to the covid outbreak, taps and soap dispensers were upgraded to be contactless where possible and the turnstile access control to the toilets were updated to accept contactless card payments as well as coin payment.
The work to rebuild the city’s seafront at West street was kickstarted by a £9 million investment award from the Department for Transport’s Highways Maintenance Challenge Fund. The total cost is likely to be at least £19m, funded from government grants, borrowing and council money.
Public and Community Award
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