Triton secures further Premier Inn contract to build 80 bed hotel in Porthmadog

Triton Construction has secured a contract to deliver a new 80-bed Premier Inn hotel in Porthmadog, North Wales. The £5.4 million instruction through Liberty Properties includes the design and build of the hotel on the former site of Ty Moelwyn Tax Office, as well as external services, roads, yards and car parking.

The Porthmadog contract follows an instruction with Swangate Developments to deliver a new 63-bed Premier Inn hotel in St Davids, Pembrokeshire, which is now under construction. Triton has also recently completed a 14-bed refurbishment with new reception area for Premier Inn at Telford.

Premier Inn is the UK’s largest hotel chain with over 800 locations and more than 72,000 rooms. Triton has a long-standing association with the chain as a number one framework contractor for Whitbread.

Paul Halloran, Director at Triton Construction, said, “We are pleased to maintain a strong working partnership with Whitbread and it’s delivery partners. Over the last seven years we have delivered 37 turnkey projects for Premier Inn valued in excess of £50million. We know the brand and its commitment to build quality intimately and look forward to supporting further pipeline projects in the UK.”

Previous completions include a new 80-bedroom hotel in Skegness, a new 80-bedroom hotel in Holyhead, a 33-bedroom extension in Warrington, a 33 bed extension in Liverpool North, a 31-bedroom extension in Wigan, and a 21-bedroom extension in Nottingham. Triton provided full build and fit out services for all projects as well external works.

Triton Construction is a £50 million turnover company providing design and build, civils, fit out and refurbishment services. Established for more than 14 years it employed over 80 people across offices in Yorkshire and the North West. Its leisure portfolio includes contracts with Travelodge.

The Triton Group continues to develop its relationship with Costa Coffee and has undertaken contracts with Stay City and is invested in a continued relationship with Travelodge.