The latest addition to the works H&V have been involved in at the Celtic Manor Resort is – The new and exciting International Convention Centre Wales which has taken inspiration from the world’s best convention centres.
The result of this exciting joint venture between the Welsh Government and the Celtic Manor Resort: a stunning venue specifically designed for world class conventions, events and meetings.
H&V had the privilege to be involved again at the venue to be part of the contraction team on this project providing the gas and water infrastructure. Working under John Sisk, we were involved on site intermittently for just over a year, with completion of the Centre in 2019.
Previously The Celtic Manor Resort was chosen to host one of the most prestigious events in the sporting calendar, the 2010 Ryder Cup Challenge between Europe and the United States of America, attracting the world’s best golfers, golf enthusiasts and sports fans from around the Globe.
An immense amount of work has been done to make this one of the best Golf courses in any location in any country. Wales is especially proud to be hosting this event at the Celtic Manor, which will showcase both the grounds and the unrivalled facilities available at the Resort.
H&V Fusion and Drilling were contracted to undertake several projects which were required to be brought in on time and to budget.
A total of 2500 metres of 180mm pipe line have been installed using both butt fusion and electro-fusion welding, to provide water services to the resort, along with additional pipe work to provide water for the top-up reservoirs around the course. The final part of the project was to provide water to the new Media Centre and Tented Village in readiness for the tee-off on October 1.