Johnstone Town Hall

The multi-award winning Johnstone Town Hall is the first phase of Renfrewshire Council’s long term regeneration strategy for Johnstone town centre.

The building has transformed the look of the town centre and allows for the co-location of Council services under one roof. Police Scotland and Macmillan Cancer Support are also based in the building.

The flexible space is arranged around an internal ‘street’ and provides a range of facilities including a library, theatre space, a ceremony suite, café and meeting rooms.

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Fact File

CLIENT:

Renfrewshire
Council

LOCATION:

Ludovic Square,
Johnstone

PROJECT TYPE:

New build to co-locate
a range of services

PROJECT VALUE:

£12.5m

MAIN CONTRACTOR:

BAM Construction

ARCHITECT:

Holmes Miller

DESIGN TEAM:

Civil and Structural – Struer
Mechanical and Electrical – RSP Consulting Engineers
Quantity Surveyor – Turner and Townsend

INTERNAL FLOOR AREA:

4,912m²

OPERATIONAL:

April
2015

Community Benefits

88%

OF CONTRACT VALUE TO SCOTTISH SME’S

7

NEW JOBS

5

APPRENTICES

25

SITE VISITS

132

WORK PLACEMENTS

Awards

rics2016 scottishpropertyawards civictrust GIA

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