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Refurbishment of Shawmuir Lodge

Client Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
Value £262,900
Location Glasgow


Shawmuir Lodge can be found near the entrance to Pollock Park, Glasgow.  Designed as an architectural precursor to the mansion house, it has been sensitively restored after spending many years on the Buildings at Risk Register.


Scope of works:

  • Down takings and strip out work of fittings, fixtures, finishes, mechanical and electrical items, windows and roof
  • Solum treatment and new ground floor structure
  • Rotworks repairs and new lintels where necessary
  • Roof repair works including new roof structure, slates to match existing, new leadwork and rainwater goods
  • Stonework repairs including cleaning, stone idents, repointing and chimney repairs
  • New windows to math existing (both sash and case and fixed lights)
  • New/repairs to existing external doors
  • New plasterboard wall linings, decoration to walls, ceramic tiling to bathroom, timber panelling, window panelled surrounds, splashback to kitchen, decoration to doors and architraves
  • New plywood/chipboard flooring, lino to kitchen, bathroom and utility areas, timber floor finish to living room and hall, carpet to bedroom, skirtings

  • Plasterboard ceiling finish throughout and decoration, new comice to match existing to hall
  • Repairs to existing masonry internal walls
    New internal doors
  • Wood burning stove
  • Kitchen fit out
  • Signage, mirrors and cupboard/presses fit out
  • New WC, wash hand basin, bath and shower to bathroom
  • Disposal installations and new hot and cold water installations
  • New heating system installation
  • Mechanical ventilation to bathroom and kitchen
  • New electrical installation including lighting
  • Fire alarm installation
  • Repairs to stone steps at entrance
  • Landscaping works
  • External drainage
  • External lighting
  • Utility Infrastructure works



5 months duration

Designed as an architectural precursor to the mansion house
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