Forest of Arden Hotel Golf Course & Lake Reconstruction Project

Recently, our team took a trip to the beautiful Forest of Arden Hotel & Golf Course to assist the Marriott staff on their Lake Reconstruction Project.

With two golf courses within the stunning grounds, the hotel sees many of its visitors taking advantage of the courses to help them relax during their stay. We were more than happy to assist and advise the hotel when it came to the maintenance and reconstruction of one of the large lakes taking pride of place within the main course.

Having moved all the fish into the neighbouring lake, our team began pumping the water out of the lake to drain before fully dredging the area. Next came the removal of over 120 metres of the old wooden lake wall, before we were able to construct and install new Oak walling, weighing 25 ton.

Once complete, all necessary backfill and lining was completed before the lake was again filled with water.

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  • Your team have done a great job on our lake reconstruction. You delivered on time with minimal disruption to our club. Thank you.

    Marriott

    Rob Rowson
    Forest of Arden Hotel and Golf Club
  • MD Earthworks’ professionalism, approach and enthusiasm towards their work is a credit to them. With efficiency and quality being paramount to the project. We are really pleased with the works they have undertaken here at Bolesworth Castle.

    Bolesworth Castle Estate

    Tom Roberts,
    Contracts Manager
  • We’ve worked with MD Earthworks on many projects now – they understand what we are trying to achieve; understand the quality needed and deliver every single time. It’s a pleasure to work with them.

    European Golf Design

    Jeremy Slessor,
    Managing Director

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