The grounds of Kneller Hall have been transformed into a hospitality facility, built by Neptunus, for each of England’s Six Nations matches at Twickenham.
In collaboration with Tiger Events, Neptunus created a temporary space to hold 900 guests. Over 3,500sqm, the hospitality village includes restaurants, bars, a reception area, kitchens and restrooms.
Last weekend’s match between England and Ireland was the facility’s first day of use. It took Neptunus two weeks to build, and it was designed using the company’s Alure Globe structure.
Tiger Events, the officially sanctioned hospitality provider for the Six Nations, hired Neptunus to provide a turnkey solution, with everything from temporary roadways to the location and internal features – furnishings, lighting, power, climate control and toilets.
“Neptunus’ structures provide us with a stylish, spacious, contemporary and comfortable hospitality environment for the very large number of guests that we entertain at each of our Twickenham occasions,” said Matt Poole, managing director of Tiger Events.
Northamptonshire-based Neptunus said that they were thrilled to be a part of the Six Nations series. “We are delighted to be working with one of the UK’s premier providers of sporting hospitality and to be associated with such a marvellous and high profile event as the Six Nations,” April Trasler, Neptunus’ managing director said.
The next Six Nations match at Twickenham is England vs. Wales on 9 March.
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Posted on: 26/2/14