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Published: Saturday, June 10, 2006

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Scotland gets a facelift

Located in Glasgow, Partick Burgh hall was refurbished by the Architecture firm ZMarchitecture in 2004. Now after two years, the work seems to have paid off, as the Scottish people hold it with an admixture of pride and affection.

By: ZM Architecture Ltd.

Architecture-Page | Partick Burgh Halls by ZMarchitecture - view 1
Internal circulation space with new lining to existing stone walls

Project Details

  • Project: Partick Burgh Halls
  • Client: Glasgow City Council, Culture and Leisure Services
  • Project Type: Public Building
  • Principal Designer/s: Peter Richardson, Alisdair Clements
  • Contractor/s: Clark Contracts
  • Date of completion of project: April 2004
  • Location of site: 3/9 Burgh Hall Street, Glasgow
  • Site Area: 890m2
  • Built-up Area: 890m2
  • Cost of Construction/Execution: £835,000

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