One of the most significant commercial developments in Glasgow has reached an important milestone, and revealed some of the techniques being used to create it.
Atlantic Square, a £150 million scheme comprising three buildings that will initially house 2700 employees for the HMRC, reached its highest point of construction.
HMRC will occupy the 10-storey 1 Atlantic Square on a pre-let agreement, which has allowed BAM – which is both joint venture Property developer and construction partner – to speculatively develop and build 2 Atlantic Square. This offers Grade A office accommodation while 3 Atlantic Square will be a mix of residential and retail occupancy.
The combined 300,000 sq ft development organised a socially distanced occasion to mark the construction milestone. This brought together Brian Redford (HMRC), David Young (Turner & Townsend), Jim Ward (BAM Construction) and Dougie Peters (of BAM Properties). (Pictured left to right.)