Case Study: SC2 Rhyl

Denbighshire County Council

The largest development to date has been completed under the UK Leisure Framework and sees the opening of the new leisure complex on Rhyl seafront in North Wales, SC2.  The scheme forms part of the wider seafront development in the town and the centre is operated by Denbighshire County Council. SC2 is a £15m new build which replaces an existing skate park and splash pad with a new waterpark and adventure zone destination.  The contract has delivered a 13,000 sq ft leisure pool with flumes, slides and water play features, a TAG active adventure zone, a changing village and a café and bar area.  Externally, the existing splash pad has been retained, but with additional water play equipment installed, various terraced seating areas and an external food and beverage pod.

The new centre is expected to draw over 350,000 extra visitors per year to the area and create sustainable leisure facilities which will inspire community engagement. The project has seen ISG construct a new steel-frame building, designed in a ‘double wedge’, with a wave-form roof. The building envelope consists of contrasting black and bronze cladding to define the adventure and pool spaces. Curtain walling has provided views across the promenade and external splash pad, and offer framed glimpses of the activity within.

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