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Holiday Inn Express & Crowne Plaza Aberdeen Airport 'topped out'

Dominvs Hospitality has reached a key construction milestone on their Aberdeen Holiday Inn Express and Crowne Plaza hotel development projects, a ceremonial “Topping out” event was held at the Aberdeen airport site signifying that the projects have reached their maximum height and their structural frameworks are now complete.

Dominvs Hospitality’s professional team includes McAleer and Rushe as the design and build contractor, Dexter Moren Associates as their interior designer and Urban Innovations as the Architect.

Sean Brookes of Dominvs Hospitality commented:” This is a proud day for both the team and I at Dominvs Hospitality. It’s fantastic to be able to see the hotels rapidly nearing completion, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported us in getting to this stage. Our aim is to create leading destinations by the Airport and I look forward to the launch of our hotels in June and September of 2015”

The 3-Star Holiday Inn Express will feature 193 bedrooms, 1 meeting room and a 150 seat restaurant, whilst the 4-Star Crowne Plaza will feature 165 bedrooms, 7 meeting rooms, 2 banqueting suites and a 220 seat restaurant. The schemes designed by architects Urban Innovations and Dexter Moren will deliver a restful stay and a comfortable working environment for business and leisure guests alike.

The 15 month construction phase began in March 2014, with the hotels scheduled to open in June and September of 2015.  Mark Diamond, Contracts Director at McAleer Rushe commented “We are very pleased to celebrate the topping out of the Holiday Inn Express and Crowne Plaza along with Dominvs Hospitality. This is the first of several schemes currently underway in the McAleer & Rushe and Dominvs partnership”.

Reaching this milestone on the Aberdeen project is a significant moment for the teams as McAleer Rushe and Dominvs, allowing the teams to celebrate and reflect on the long-term legacy of this key development.

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