Phased major redevelopment of a Grade A listed Victorian building in Glasgow City Centre.
Works entailed retaining the listed sandstone façade of the six-storey building, and constructing a new ten-storey structure behind, including a four-storey glazed roof extension and new two-storey basement.
The basement enabling works were performed by our eivil engineering department.
Our specialist joinery workshop supplied and fitted all internal joinery, including the walnut and painted door sets, fire exits, lift lobbies and service ducts to all floors. They also fitted-out the toilet vanity units with granite tops, mirrors and walnut toilet cubicles.
The restricted and constrained site was located within the heart of Glasgow, surrounded by occupied commercial, retail and residential premises. Congestion was a major concern, so a logistics strategy was implemented to minimise disruption to the busy road network. The traffic management plan developed in collaboration with the local statutory authorities and neighbouring stakeholders and was reviewed on a weekly basis to ensure continual effectiveness.