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Mixed use development for historic city centre

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More than 1,000t of structural steelwork has been erected for a prestigious multi-storey mixed use development in the heart of Chester.

The circular structure is steel framed from ground level upwards and comprises of an 85-bed hotel, 34 residential apartments as well as high quality office space. At ground level there will be a combination of retail units and restaurants centred around a piazza, with ample car parking situated below.

Known as the Head-Quarters building, as the site was formerly occupied by a police station, the structure rises to a maximum of six storeys and offers unimpeded views of the adjacent Chester Racecourse.

The main client for the project is Liberty Properties, while main contractor is Pochin Construction. All steelwork was designed, detailed, fabricated and erected by Robinson Construction.

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