Mees Demolition has now finished the demolition of one of Liverpool’s former late night hotspots. Pleasure Rooms on Wolstenholme Square Liverpool city centre, which was popular in the late 90s until closing its doors around 5 years ago. 

Mee commenced work on 15th Feb and have this week completed works. Work taking place include demolition and ground works. My Pad Construction Limited who owns the site is turning the site into apartments, fitting in with the whole regeneration of the area.  

Thomas Mee, Managing Director of Mees Demolition said “We know this area of the city very well after working on the clearing of Wolstenholme Square last year, where the world famous Cream nightclub once stood, to make way for a £40million pound mixed use development by the Elliott Group. The demand for city centre living has led to a huge demand for our services and long may this continue.” 

Mees has offices in Manchester and London but the company’s head quarters have now moved from Speke to the city centre of Liverpool. The company have recently played a big part in the changing landscape of Liverpool with high profile demolition jobs on the likes of the redevelopment of the Royal Liverpool Hospital