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Lambhill Stables

Lambhill Stables
Phase 1 comprises the conversion of a former Grade B listed canal stables building, previously owned by British Waterways, to form a Learning Centre for domestic efficiency in energy. Accommodation comprises: workshops, studios, meeting rooms and a future visitor centre (Phase 2).

The building was partly demolished and the ashlar stone facades retained / restored. New windows, doors and roofs were added and the internals fully renewed to incorporate required services, lift and stairs.

The contact was procured by traditional means and a specialist Conservation Architect was employed by Holmes Miller to offer expert design advice and site supervision of the stonework.
PROJECT: Lambhill Stables
LOCATION: Possilpark
CLIENT: Lambhill Stables
ARCHITECT: Holmes Miller
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Les Alexander Associates
Lambhill Stables
Lambhill Stables
Main Contractor:  HBS Construction Ltd

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