Morrison Design have partnered with multi award-winning local leisure complex Morley Hayes for almost 20 years and in that time have redeveloped and refurbished almost all the spaces.
The relationship began back in 2003 when hotel architects, Morrison Design, were appointed to build a new 32-bedroom hotel. Since then, the team have designed and managed refurbishments of the Roosters Bar, Dovecote restaurant (creating an external dining area), new build driving range reception and café and driving range extension, a new main entrance, function rooms and general masterplanning for the site.
Andrew Allsop, Managing Director of Morley Hayes, said: “We continue to invest in our hotel, restaurant, function rooms and golf facilities, ensuring we maintain our high standards and 5* guest reviews. We’ve partnered with Morrison Design for many years and they continually demonstrate their deep understanding of our business and what our guests wish to experience when they visit us. This knowledge, paired with their vast experience in hotel and hospitality architecture, means that they’re a perfect local partner for us. The quality of the service they provide has always been outstanding and we’re looking forward to many more projects with them in the future.”
The team at Morrison Design have a director led approach and the consistency of experienced team members paired with an influx of new colleagues has resulted in many long-term clients.
Nik Clarke, Director at Morrison Design, said: “Delivering high quality service to our clients has always been a priority for us at Morrison Design so each project, however large or small, has a Director lead. Longstanding local clients such as Morley Hayes are an important part of our business – working with a client for such a long time means we can really get under the skin of their businesses and understand their clientele – so when a new project comes along we hit the ground running. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Andrew and the rest of the team at Morley Hayes for many years to come.”