Due to open in Spring 2024, the £35m Legoland Woodland Village will feature 150 lodges in phase one.
The 10-acre site, which is designed around the Resort’s woodland area and lake, will also host nature trails complete with LEGO brick-built animals, a family entertainment space, an on-site restaurant, brick building areas.
RED Special Project’s works will include the creation of a large ‘Hub’ to provide a restaurant, stage, bar, various play areas, large WC facilities, and an industrial kitchen.
Nathan Farrar, construction director at RED Special Projects, said: “Our Special Projects division was formed to deliver unique and tailored projects such as this one, and we are hugely excited to undertake this project with such an iconic client.
“Most of us grew up playing with Lego so it truly is a full-circle moment to be delivering this exciting project at Legoland, one that no doubt will make our team feel like kids again!”