Construction firm named to build Silverstone trackside homes
HG Construction has been appointed as the main contractor on an exclusive new trackside scheme called Escapade Silverstone.
The scheme for Escapade will transform the trackside at the Silverstone racetrack with 60 new homes and a clubhouse designed by Twelve Architects.
The Escapade residences, which are available to purchase as an owner or stay in as a guest, have been billed as “the ultimate experience for trackside enthusiasts”, with “driver-focused leisure facilities coupled with impressive views of the circuit”.
The two-storey clubhouse will boast an indoor swimming pool and sauna along with treatment rooms on the ground floor, with floor-to-ceiling windows and dining facilities on the first floor as well as an 8.5 metre-high roof terrace. Other amenities include a gym and a private briefing room designed.
Adam Quinn, managing director, HG Construction said: “This is a really exciting project for HG Construction to be involved in given its iconic location and unique design. Twelve Architects have produced a sleek and stylish architectural concept which will complement and enhance the exceptional surroundings, and we are delighted to be bringing it to life on behalf of Escapade. We have worked closely with the client to ensure that the bespoke elements of the scheme are delivered in the most efficient and effective way possible, and we look forward to seeing the buildings emerge over the next few months.”
Will Tindall, founder & CEO of Escapade, added: “The opportunity to create something truly special at Silverstone requires partners who understand the nuances of such a challenging and complex location. Silverstone being a live racing circuit throughout the build, and the unique architectural and structural elements that make up our 14-acre project, mean we are pleased to work with HG on delivering our vision as it becomes reality. We look forward to welcoming guests from mid 2023 and will work closely with HG on all aspects of the project until completion.”