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Irvine's Bridgegate House refurbishment completes

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May 7 2013

Irvine's Bridgegate House refurbishment completes
Phase one work to overhaul Irvine’s Bridgegate House has been completed following a year long refit conducted by Graham Construction and Ian Springford Architects.

Progressed by Irvine Bay Regeneration Company the plans saw the existing 1970s office block stripped back to allow the application of a new glazed cladding system, enhancing both the structures appearance and its energy consumption.

Remodelling work to internal spaces has also allowed the creation of open plan office space.

At street level a new colonnaded retail arcade has been fashioned to enhance pedestrian activity, further bolstered by a new North Ayrshire Council customer service centre located at the High Street entrance to the building.

The construction cost was £6.5m and a second phase two is scheduled to complete this autumn.


A new atrium is already attracting the attention of passers by
A new atrium is already attracting the attention of passers by
Tenants are being sought for the modernised office space
Tenants are being sought for the modernised office space

5 Comments

John
#1 Posted by John on 7 May 2013 at 11:20 AM
Is this not in Irvine rather than Ayr?
urbanrealm
#2 Posted by urbanrealm on 7 May 2013 at 11:32 AM
Yes!
RBR
#3 Posted by RBR on 7 May 2013 at 11:35 AM
Bridgegate House is in Irvine. Which is not Ayr, by any stretch of the imagination.
Rod
#4 Posted by Rod on 7 May 2013 at 11:55 AM
Quality of finish looks very good
Babyjane
#5 Posted by Babyjane on 7 May 2013 at 18:48 PM
Nice looking project. A BIG improvement
Well done ISA and Graham

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