New Leisure World facility set to be built in Bridlington
BAM Construction has managed to secure the contract for building a new Leisure World facility in Bridlington, after plans were officially approved by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
According to a news report in the local media on this topic, the facility will include a six-lane, 25m swimming pool, a smaller learner pool, a freeform pool with water features, two water slides and swimming spectator seating for 150.
Furthermore, it will also sport a changing village, and a health suite with a steam room, sauna, jacuzzi, showers and foot spa. There will be a 70-station fitness studio, an exercise studio, a spinning studio and spaces for dance and yoga classes.
Additionally, sports fans will benefit from a six-court sports hall, two squash courts and a feature climbing wall. The building will also include a café with access for both centre users and non-users.
John Phillips, construction director for BAM Construction, said: "We’ll bring a local team to this project together with our reputation for quality and our considerate approach. It’s an exciting project – the leisure sector often has unique buildings that need an eye for quality and a collaborative, problem-solving culture like ours.
"We will also try to deliver economic benefits for the area, involving local firms as much as possible. It’s our second major leisure project in the region, with Huddersfield Sports Centre under construction and three projects in Hull."
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