The architect’s intent was to break away from the idea of a traditional ten pin bowling alley by introducing the game as a fashionable evening activity for adults. The key was to turn it into an immersive, dynamic and fun-fuelled venue and having a 60s theme throughout.
Beginning in early September 2019 and finishing at the start of December 2019, we refurbished the car park into a state of the art bowling alley. In doing so, we have provided a dynamic space for entertainment seekers in the city.
Our works programme consisted of a full Category A and Category B interior fit-out, and incorporated a range of different tasks such as new M&E installations, joinery manufacture, lift installation, decoration, and finishes.
The finished work saw the 16,000 sq ft space transformed into a first-class bowling and entertainment space that features a bar, 12 bowling alleys, stage, karaoke room, and experiential games. The site before was an occupied multi-storey car park. In the redevelopment, the bricks were restored and used to give the building a rustic feel to incorporate the client’s vision.
- 16,000 sq ft entertainment area
- 8 lane bowling alley
- 4 lane VIP bowling alley
- Karaoke room
- Entertainment stage
- State of the art bar
- Commercial & Business Development Manager: Stuart Robinson
- Project Manager: Conor King
45 Duke Street,