Warwick Conferences, one of the largest commercial businesses within the university, has unveiled its revamped conference and training venue, Radcliffe, after a £6 million refurbishment.
The building has undergone a complete transformation with Midlands-based construction company G F Tomlinson.
As well as being more eco-friendly, the venue now resembles a sophisticated boutique hotel.
“This refurbishment has modernised the venue in keeping with our energetic brand and promise of ‘anything is possible’,”
explains Richard Harrison, Head of Conference Centres at the University of Warwick.
“The interior finish of the venue has been designed to encourage collaboration and synergy amongst delegates through the environment in which they work. “
Radcliffe has seen the renovation of meeting rooms, the restaurant, communal areas and the bar.
This follows a successful accommodation refurbishment delivered by G F Tomlinson, which saw its 154 hotel-styled bedrooms revamped.
Andy Sewards, Managing Director of G F Tomlinson, said:
“We’re proud to have delivered this project with the support of local supply chain partners. The site team worked extremely well together, resulting in the scheme being delivered four days ahead of schedule.