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Clyde Gate park opens

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May 19 2009

Clyde Gate park opens
A £3.5m public garden and sculpture has been opened in Clydebank to mark the opening of a new business park on the riverfront site.

Extensive landscaping conducted by Clydebank Re-built and Austin-Smith:Lord has extended access to the riverside walkway and enhanced the attractiveness of the site for commercial development.

Centrepiece of the park is a five metre high bronze sculpture designed by Hill Jephson Robb, entitled “Change”.

Civil and structural engineers for the public realm and infrastructure enabling works were Will Rudd Davidson and the main contractor was Land Engineering Scotland Ltd. Neilson Partnership were cost consultants with Mott MacDonald providing additional engineering input.

Photography by Graeme Duncan

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