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Cheadle Hulme School, Sports Pavilion

The Cheadle Hulme School Sports Pavilion is in a beautiful location looking over the school’s playing fields. The building responds to its setting with a simple yet dynamic design. The pavilion has dual functions as a sports hall and changing facility. The building is a simple yet dyn
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Allerton Golf Club

An extension to Liverpool’s sole municipal venue, creating a new bar, restaurant and club house to create a high-quality sporting and leisure destination. Key Facts Booth King were structural engineers on this beautiful project at Allerton Manor Golf Club in Liverpool.  Designed by Th
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Barton Grange – Flower Bowl Project

The Flower Bowl is a mixed leisure destination developed at the popular Barton Grange Garden Centre. is 4,200sqm in total. The proposal includes car parking for 215 cars. The development is 4,200 sq m and will include a curling rink, eight lanes of ten pin bowling (two being in a priv
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The Hallè, Manchester

Booth King is working as structural and civil engineers for this high profile new project, for The Hallè at its St Peter Street rehearsal space in Ancoats. Following a RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) design competition in February 2016, Manchester’s acclaimed symphony orc
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Bolton One, Bolton Lancashire

This project, procured via the LIFT programme, consists of three principal elements: University of Bolton Faculty of Sports Science including:   Internal/external sprint track, gymnasiums, dance studios, physio-therapy  rooms, climbing wall and teaching and training rooms. Bolton Boro
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Harpurhey Onside

Harpurhey Onside is one of a new breed of youth centres, based on the successful model pioneered by Bolton Lads and Girls Club. The aspiration was to raise the expectations of young people by providing top quality sport and leisure facilities with professional support staff. The Facto
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Alma De Cuba, Liverpool

This was a skilful and highly successful conversion of a disused mid-18th Century church – St Peter’s, the oldest Catholic church in Liverpool – into a popular bar and restaurant in Liverpool city centre. The conversion included: The installation of a three-level mez
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Chill Factore, Manchester

Chill Factore is the first indoor ski slope in the north west of England. Situated off junction 10 of the M60, next to the Trafford Centre, it covers an area of 25,000 square meters and features two distinct environments. The ‘cold area’ includes three indoor ski slopes with real snow
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