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Drymen Parish Church

Drymen Parish Church
2012
Simpson & Brown were appointed to alter and extend the existing B-listed 1771 church building to provide new church hall facilities. The building was designed and constructed to sit lightly on the earth and is supported on pile foundations located to avoid graves in the cemetery below.

A new entrance, welcome hall, toilets, kitchen and 3 multi-purpose meeting rooms were provided. Meeting rooms are divided by movable walls which can be retracted to form one large hall space.
PROJECT: Drymen Parish Church
LOCATION: Main Street, Drymen
CLIENT: Church of Scotland
ARCHITECT: Simpson & Brown
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Wren & Bell
SERVICES ENGINEER: McLean Engineering Partnership
QUANTITY SURVEYOR: Armour Construction Consultants
Drymen Parish Church
Drymen Parish Church
Drymen Parish Church

Suppliers:
Main Contractor:  Thomas Johnstone

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