City Building Glasgow

City Building Glasgow Case Study
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Case Study
City Building Glasgow
City Building Glasgow

OVERVIEW

In early 2018, ECG were delighted to be awarded the contract to carry out the boiler replacement works at the iconic Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Due the complexity of this plantroom upgrade, ECG worked in close collaboration with Glasgow Life – City Building’s on-site team at the Royal Concert Hall – to ensure all works were carried out safely, successfully and directly in line with the unique requirements of this particular project. ECG’s highly experienced Projects Team carried out the boiler replacement works with close management from our Project Management team, ensuring the project was delivered safely, on time and within budget. As a result of the sterling works carried out, senior management from Glasgow Life made a point of passing on their gratitude to ECG’s team, noting that their busy schedule of world class events at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall went uninterrupted, also mentioning their satisfaction at the high quality of the installation.

BACKGROUND

After being officially opened by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal in 1990, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is one of the UK’s largest halls with a total capacity of 4,000.

SERVICES DELIVERED

Strip out of existing heating and domestic water services within the existing boiler plant room area, together with redundant flues, pumps and pipework
Installation of fully modular, condensing gas-fired boilers, controls package, stainless steel flues, low loss header and associated equipment
Works to gas and building management system installations to accommodate new systems