Clydebank Town Hall, Clydebank

Clydebank Town Hall acts as the cornerstone of the local community serving a public function as a place of assembly and also houses the Museum and Court Service. Alterations and upgrade to the Grade ‘A’ Listed Town Hall include improved circulation, enhancement to the main lesser halls, changes of use to the pool hall to form an extension to the Town Hall with a link gallery introduced. The project includes the technical and environmental
improvements to both the Main and Lessor Halls, reconfigures the former police station cell block into unique and distinctive dressing room accommodation, and provides a new scene dock area to provide proper ‘set in’ access to the stage of the Main Hall. Sensitive and co-ordinated replacement of M&E services with minimal disruption to retained features.

HB were involved early in the design process to review feasibility of upgrading existing town hall
including replacement of existing mechanical and electrical plant while maintaining the constraints of a listed building.

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Clydebank Rebuild Ltd
Page & Park
£3.5 million
Mechanical and Electrical Services Design