McEwan Hall is one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious buildings, and is well known as the graduation hall for all University of Edinburgh graduates. A Grade A listed building that was presented to the university in 1897 by William McEwan, a brewer and politician.
Being over 100 years old, it was one of the first buildings in Edinburgh to be fitted with electricity and it presented significant challenges with tight working space and the delicate nature of the building.
The renovation of McEwan Hall, which is located at the heart of the University of Edinburgh’s city centre campus, included both external and internal works. A new glass entrance pavilion with associated landscaping and improved accessibility.
Internal renovation works include ceiling repairs, new service installations and the extension of the basement. Interserve will also be required to take particular care to protect a music organ, which will remain in place throughout the works.
Our technical writing and document management included production of a Building Fabric O&M Manual
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