EEF Venues invests £1m into Broadway House and Woodland Grange refurb

Event venue management group, EEF Venues, is to invest £1m in a major refurbishment project at its Westminster venue, Broadway House, and at its Woodland Grange Conference Centre in Warwickshire.
The company has commissioned Coventry-based McCarthy Interiors, specialists in corporate refurbishment and space planning, to manage the project, which is due to start on 4 March 2013.
“This refurbishment project is a considerable milestone for us,” Director of Venues for EEF Venues, David Vaughton, said. “We view it as a huge vote of confidence in EEF Venues and also in the marketplace itself, which despite challenging economic times, is still buoyant.
“Competition from other venues, particularly within the Westminster area, is strong. However, as approximately 75 per cent of all of our business comes from repeat bookings, this drives the business during difficult times. However, there is no room for complacency; it’s vital to keep improving facilities and investing to meet increasingly high delegate expectations. ”
At Broadway House, EEF Venues is upgrading all of the public access spaces and conference areas within the building. This will include lighting, décor and new carpeting throughout.
The project will also involve a complete refurbishment of the 114 en-suite bedrooms at EEF Venues’ Woodland Grange in Leamington, Warwickshire.
EEF Venues is a group of three conference venues dedicated to meetings, conferences, team building, training and corporate events: Engineers’ House in Bristol; Broadway House in Westminster, and Woodland Grange in Warwickshire.
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