Work has started on the second phase of development at the new Centurion Club near St Albans in Hertfordshire and is expected to be complete in the summer of 2015..
The private club have begun the development and construction of a new Club Building and state-of-the-art 850 square metre green keepers’ complex. Work started on the latter in March and is expected to take 3-4 months to complete.
The 7,200-yard golf course opened in July 2013 and has been receiving rave reviews from members and guests alike, both for the design of the course and the pristine condition which it is maintained in.
The new Club Building is a contemporary two-storey structure designed by Harrison Mutch Architects, built using timeless, traditional materials. Limestone walls sit under a grey slate roof, framed using aesthetically sophisticated Iroko wood windows, while the interior has been assembled with the Club’s comfortable, relaxed ethos in mind. It will provide a space where members and guests can expect flawless, friendly service at the restaurant and bar, high-spec locker rooms as well as private rooms for banqueting, conferences and meetings.
“This is an exciting time at Centurion Club and its rapidly growing membership,” confirmed the Club’s Managing Director, Scott Evans. “The construction of our new Club Building represents the latest phase in our plan to provide members with a private club of unrivalled quality.