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Erskine Church

Erskine Church
At the end of 2011 construction work started on the former B-Listed Erskine Church building on Commerce Street to radically transform the interior on the upper floors into a new Office Complex.  

The Voigt Partnership Limited moved into their new premises in December 2011 which covers approximately one third of the overall building on the upper floors leaving an additional five units of varying sizes.   It is hoped to lease these units to local and incoming businesses for varying uses and negotiations are currently in progress with a couple of potential end users. 

The Building also incorporates a new entrance for the existing Commercial and Agriculture Offices on the ground floor along with new landscaping works to the front entrance.   New external uplighting should dramatically transform the frontage of the building at night.

The former Voigt Partnership Limited Studio is being transformed into a Bistro/Bar which is also in an advanced stage of construction and should be complete for opening within the next few weeks.   The Bistro will be know as Webmor’s and will be under the Licence of James Hutchison and Danny Laverty.

The Voigt Partnership Limited new Office is a contemporary space in a full height glazed mezzanine structure affording an open aspect full of natural light.   The glazed interior supported from a large Oak frame  helps to create a vibrant open plan environment for all of the Letting Units which are accessed off a central atrium space with communal kitchen and toilet facilities.  Respect has been paid to the existing building where we have carefully retained the existing ceiling and roof structure expressing the historic timber trusses on the inside.

It is the start of a new era for the Voigt Partnership Limited  who as well as moving their Offices have redesigned their corporate identity.
PROJECT: Erskine Church
LOCATION: Commerce Street, Dundee
ARCHITECT: The Voigt Partnership Limited
Erskine Church
Erskine Church

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