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.
“We had a great experience working with Elmwood on this project, the client was impressed with the standard of finishes and with Elmwood’s communication throughout the process. Our key contacts, Scott, George and Mark have all been a pleasure to deal with. We would be happy to recommend Elmwood to other clients in the future.”
Scott Abercrombie – John Gilbert Architects, for the Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre