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Queen to unveil refurbished Inverclyde Council HQ

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July 2 2012

Queen to unveil refurbished Inverclyde Council HQ
The Queen is to formally unveil a £2m refurbishment of Inverclyde Council’s HQ this Wednesday.

Designed by BMJ Architects this entailed the full refurbishment of the ground floor of the grade A listed Municipal Building, Greenock.

This accommodates a new customer service centre incorporating a contact centre, meeting rooms and mezzanine floor, which is intended to complement the 19th century architecture with glazing and stainless steel features.

Inverclyde Council Leader, Councillor Stephen McCabe, said: “The new Customer Service Centre is light, spacious and welcoming and will transform the way we communicate with our customers. It offers a single point of contact for people accessing a wide range of services where highly trained staff will be able to deal quickly and efficiently with any query.”
A mezzanine floor and floor to ceiling windows work with the historic building
A mezzanine floor and floor to ceiling windows work with the historic building
The Queen will be in town as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour
The Queen will be in town as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour

The refurb was initiated to provide open plan flexible office space
The refurb was initiated to provide open plan flexible office space

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