Client: The Highland Council
Designers: MKW Design
Bespoke joinery and fit out: Elmwood
Thurso’s historic Town Hall has long been a much-loved landmark on the Caithness horizon, and in 2007 a £4m redevelopment project was undertaken to breathe new life into the Victorian building. The vision? A multi-purpose community, visitor and information centre with museum.
Nominated for the full interior fit out, Elmwood manufactured and installed the plinths and all associated museum set works, the module Q-system frames for graphics and lighting, main reception desk, retail areas and food servery, along with coordinating the supply of the museum quality display cases.
“Without a doubt, Elmwood having their own superior craftsmen added to the value of the company. The joinery work was exemplary and they transformed our basic idea for a bespoke counter into a working masterpiece.”
General Manager, Castlemilk Credit Union