Worcestershire cricket club's Graeme Hick Pavilion is scheduled to complete this year

Consultant McBains Cooper has won a deal to work on a £2m cricket ground project in the Midlands.

The firm has been appointed cost manager on the Graeme Hick Pavilion at Worcestershire County Cricket Club, the first phase of the ground's redevelopment.

The existing pavilion, which dates from 1899, will be dismantled and stored for reconstruction as part of a future phase of development.

The two-storey pavilion, named after the England and Worcestershire cricketer , will include changing rooms, a players' dining room and a new members' lounge plus a physiotherapy area.

The project, which is already on site, is scheduled to complete in May this year.