Project: Thomson Building Refurbishment
Client: The University of Glasgow
Morris & Spottiswood carried out upgrade and alteration works for the provision of new teaching and open plan spaces for the Chemistry and Biology Departments.
The Anatomy Building at The University of Glasgow was originally designed by architect John James Burnet and built in 1902. It houses the Anatomy Museum, and the Laboratory of Human Anatomy, part of the School of Life Sciences of the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences.
Works included down takings, internal alterations, new floor, wall and ceiling finishes, new plant room, new chemical store, renewal of Mechanical & Electrical services, external works.
A large part of this contract was the installation of new M&E services (£450k) including the following a full strip out existing services, full lighting renewal, eye line switchboard cubicle, new boiler and heating installation, air handling units, ventilation, ductwork.
Morris & Spottiswood are proud to have worked in this iconic building alongside the University of Glasgow, providing them with an increased learning space to help continue their fundamental research.