Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology



The Rowardennan Visitor Facility sits in a tranquil woodland setting on a small rise between Loch Lomond and the foot of Ben Lomond. The centre provides shelter, toilets, changing facilities, a bin store and an exhibition area providing local information.

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Heron Corn Mill

A phase of essential repairs to the roof and walls were carried out at the 18th century working mill. Work was also carried out to an adjacent barn to form offices and an education space designed to meet the requirements for the local community.

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Hexam Old Gaol

In 2005, a £1.5 million restoration and refurbishment scheme was carried out to the historic fabric of the Old Gaol and Moothall in Hexam upgrading the existing Tourist Information Centre and Museum.

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Scottish Seabird Centre

This multi award-winning five star tourist attraction in North Berwick features locally quarried dry stone walling, rough sawn Scottish larch with a durable copper roof supported on solid larch trusses and columns.

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Scottish Ornithologists' Club

The headquarters for the Scottish Ornithologists' Club was completed in June 2005. The project is seen as an exemplar for the use of Scottish timber in the construction industry with most timber donated by the Forestry Commission.

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The Temperate Palmhouse

In 2002 it was decided that the Palmhouse needed to be comprehensively restored and adapted in order to offer improved accessibility for the public and ensure the complex needs of the unique plant species were met.

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