Linear secures South Ayrshire Council offices refurbishment win
Principal contracting specialist Linear Design & Construct (LDC) has been appointed to deliver the comprehensive refurbishment of several South Ayrshire Council offices across locations in Ayr and Troon.
The design & build project includes extensive works within the council headquarters at county buildings in Ayr and Troon municipal buildings.
Secured through hub South West and South Ayrshire Council, the project will see the upgrade of a number of the current building spaces to deliver high quality offices for council staff.
It will also include internal upgrades to several other council properties including the Carnegie Library, River Terrace and a first and second floor fit out of the former Clydesdale Bank building in Ayr High Street.
Ryan Broadley, managing director of Linear Design & Construct, said: “We are delighted to be appointed to deliver this fantastic project for hub South West and South Ayrshire Council. We look forward to providing a high quality project and commencing a long-lasting partnership.”
Councillor Peter Henderson, resources and performance portfolio holder for South Ayrshire Council, said: “We’re committed to making the most of our resources and delivering best value for our people and our places. With the demolition of the council offices at Burns House in mind, these works will ensure that staff moving location have fit for purpose working environments which meet their needs and help us to continue to deliver quality services to our customers.”
Michael McBrearty, chief executive of hub South West, added: “We are pleased to have been able to facilitate another important project with South Ayrshire Council and we look forward to working closely with Linear Design & Construct to bring further tangible benefits to the region.”
The refurbishment project and fit-out will be completed in phases between April and December 2019.