© David Seale / The Crescent, Buxton / CC BY-SA 2.0
Facing the site of St Ann’s Well, where warm spring water has flowed for thousands of years, grade two listed building Buxton Crescent had been closed for 25 years. It took 17 years after work began to bring the grand old hotel back to life. Built in the 1780 by the V Duke of Devonshire, Buxton Crescent is the reincarnation of two once-upon-a-time grand and gracious hotels, well known throughout Georgian England as the premier resting place for stylish spa seekers who came from all over the country to bathe in the thermal waters of Buxton.
Automatic Access Limited fitted an automatic swing door within the Buxton Crescent complex. With a selection of different types of automatic solutions suited to all types of door, Automatic Access has worked with many prestigious hotels across the UK, in both historic buildings and modern establishments.