Regis is pleased to be supplying longstanding customers, Curtis Moore, who are carrying out the roofing works on phase two of the Kelvin Hall restoration project.
It’s always great seeing iconic buildings and know that you have made a contribution to their restoration and that certainly applies here at the Kelvin Hall. Although the real experts are Curtis Moore that have once again managed the project tremendously well.
Our offering on this project included all the fasteners for the Kalzip standing seam roof and all of the butyl and ancillary products. As always its good to work with Curtis Moore and we are grateful for the opportunity to offer the fastening solutions on such a historic building in the heart of Glasgow.
The £35 million refurbishment project will transform the Glasgow landmark. The second phase of this development will see a 16,000 sq. metre hall become the new home for the Hunterian Museum by 2020 which previously housed the Transport Museum.
Phase one of the redevelopment was completed at the end of Summer 2016 and phase two started in March 2017. Kelvin Hall now has a health and fitness centre, a multi-purpose sports hall, and the city’s largest fitness gym.
With the development of Kelvin Hall this should hopefully enable a new cultural quarter to be built in the West End of Glasgow. This could provide an opportunity for Kelvin Hall, alongside other culture and arts partners, to stage international exhibitions and museum attractions.