IHG to open Indigo hotel in Yangzhou, China in 2017

Construction is underway on a new Indigo hotel in Yangzhou, China. Mott MacDonald is acting as mechanical, electrical and plumbing consultant on the project on behalf of Yangzhou Wansheng Industry.

Designed in the style of the Tang dynasty, the hotel will be operated by InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG). Upon completion, it will have 122 guestrooms. It will cover a total floor area of 18,000 square meters (193,750 square feet), split between a 9,142 square meter (98,404 square foot) three-story tower and an 8,505 square meter (91,547 square foot) basement. Over 70 parking spaces will also be provided on site.

Mott MacDonald’s scope of works includes schematic, preliminary and fitting out design, construction design, shop drawing, equipment and material reviews, providing technical advice during tender negotiations, site quality inspections and defect checking.

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The project will be completed in the third quarter of 2017.

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