A trio of new project wins for the Elmwood team
We have a diverse array of new contract wins to announce this month…. with crossovers between the M&H and Commercial sectors showing our talented team’s eclectic range of capabilities, skills and knowledge.
Our Gallery Fit out for Adventure Planet at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh (above) will be an exciting new reimagining of an existing space exploring natural science, fossils, conservation and biodiversity for young audiences and their families. We’re very happy to be once again working at NMS and have taken on the challenge of working around in-situ installations (including models of a Stegosaurus and Oak Tree) to deliver brand new displays. Our scope of works includes Setworks, plinths and furniture and we will be working with our supply chain to install new Interactives and Models, AV, Flooring and Decoration etc. Adventure Planet is due to reopen to visitors in 2022.
Building on our existing involvement with the Burrell Renaissance Project, we have been selected to deliver the Retail and merchandising space for the new Burrell Collection (above) in addition to our ongoing Gallery fit out works. The unique, Category A listed Museum and cultural hub in Glasgow is undergoing a £68m, five-year refurbishment and will reopen to the public in March 2022. The high standards of finish to the Shop space will include precision joinery and metalwork, glazing, Dekton and brushed chrome, and our team will be working around and protecting artefacts including stained glass windows and architectural stonework. We very much look forward to bringing our high quality bespoke fit out expertise to this world-class venue which will attract many hundreds of thousands of international visitors.
Finally, adding further to our Commercial portfolio we have been tasked with delivering extensive internal alterations and renovation of a warehouse space for Calmac Ferries Ltd. Working on a coastal site in Gourock we will create a brand new workshop and office space. Calmac offer vital transport links and lifeline services to coastal and Island communities throughout Scotland. We are delighted to be working with them to deliver new working facilities and help them to maintain their services and capacity.
This news story was posted on Thursday, October 21st, 2021 at 7:27 am
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