Hampton Range

The Hampton Range is our sustainable clubhouse. The building is designed to be constructed using SIPs (Structurally Insulated Panels). SIPs are pre-fabricated offsite and erected prior to external cladding which allows the shell of the building to be constructed extremely quickly. This saves great time on site and has been used successfully in cold countries such as Scotland where the sub-freezing temperatures render construction almost impossible for the winter months. For cricket clubs that need to construct new buildings in the close season this ability to build throughout horrendous weather conditions makes SIPs buildings an incredibly attractive alternative to traditional construction. SIPs buildings, due to the inherent polyuthene core in the panels, have an incredible thermal performance which will save considerable money on energy bills. They are also extremely strong and flexible which allows for more complex roof structures that traditional bricks-and-mortar construction would be unable to produce. This SIPs clubhouse will be the future model for clubs.

Materials & Finish

The Hampton Range is designed to built with SIPs but can be built with timber and brick finished or rendered if required. The building, in order to keep down costs, is prefabricated so delivery and then erection of the shell of the building is very quick, with this taking usually around two weeks. The building arrives with the groundworks in place so that it can be assembled quickly on site. Once the shell is constructed, our team will fit out the full interior layout. The pavilion comes with a non-slip external quality rubber flooring on a ramp to allow for disabled access and is designed to protect against studs and spikes. From an environmental perspective, the highly insulated composition of the building envelope means that the pavilion is extremely energy efficient and sustainable. This will help keep energy bills to a minimum once the building is in use.


Internally, the building consists of two changing rooms positioned at opposite sides of the clubroom. The changing rooms come with benches with storage underneath, showers, a toilet and a sink. There is an umpires changing room and toilets for all which are accessed from the clubroom including a disabled WC. A plant room handles the services that run through the building. There is a large clubroom space which contains a kitchen and bar space. Views onto the pitches can be accessed from the bar, the kitchen, as well as the clubroom, through the large sliding folding doors to ensure that spectators can witness the action from every aspect of the building. The size of the kitchen is dependent on your requirements and we have a wide variety of choices for kitchen ranges to give you an idea of the finishes potentially available. As with the kitchen, the size and look of the bar is dependent on your requirements and for more information on the bar options available please review our bar ranges. If you are keen on a different look then we are able to offer a wide range of flooring options as well as alternatives on all finishes, doors and windows and more.