The team from an Black
Consulting Ltd who designed the Ramada
Encore Hotel Milton Keynes are: (I-r)
Director David Crowe, Associate Director
Jeff Alderdice and Ian Black. US0908
The Ramada Encore Hotel
Milton Keynes, which was designed by local structural
and civil engineering company Ian Black Consulting Ltd.
A LISBURN structural and civil engineering
company was delighted to be given the Royal seal of approval on
one of their buildings recently when the Queen and the Duke of
Edinburgh officially opened the Ramada Encore Hotel Milton
Ian Black Consulting Ltd were closely
involved in building the hotel which was officially opened as
part of the prestigious new 'thehub:mk', a development of
offices, hotels, retail, cafes, bars/restaurants and apartments
in the heart of Milton Keynes.
Working on behalf of McAleer & Rushe, the
state M the art structure comprising both the Ramada Hotel and a
selection of high quality retail units was designed by Ian Black
Consulting using the latest software and modelling techniques to
produce a prestigious building delivered on budget and on
Established in 2003 by its directors Ian
Black, David Crowe and Sonia Black the company, which is based
in Market Place, has created a centre of engineering excellence.
The Ramada Hotel was singled out for
recognition during the first Royal Visit to Milton Keynes in 15
Director David Crowe said: "It was a great privilege to work
on such a prestigious landmark project forming part of a
significant new trade centre within the rapidly developing city,
and proves that the engineering excellence on which we pride and
commit ourselves, enables us to readily compete and excel
against other multi-national companies."