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South Shields Town Hall Case Study

Project Name: South Shields Town Hall & Civic Buildings Refurbishment
Location: Westoe Roud, South Shields
Client: South Tyneside Council
Contract Sum: £9.5million


Moderisation and complete refurbishment of the 3 main council buildings. 1910 “Edwardian Baroque” Grade II Listed building (Old Town  Hall), 1960s Block (Beach Road Annex), 1980s 4 Storey Block (Broughton Road Annex).

The Scheme is to alter and refurbish the existing Town Hall, to create a modern, bright, open working environment to accommodate various teams and  services, some to be relocated from satellite offices. The majority of the works are internal, with no external alteration to the 1910 “Edwardian Baroque” Listed  building (Old Town Hall).
The 1960s Block (Beach Road   Annex) will have a new roof and new windows roof light and curtain walling to match the style of the existing.

1980s 4 Storey Block (Broughton Road Annex) will have a number of new mechanically operated louvres to 4 floors to address lack of ventilation and overheating – linked to new BMS in addition to replacing number of existing  timber Windows.

In addition to solar film to windows to address further overheating and fixed bries soliel to the top 3 floors. A new FE/entrance and canopy to will be provide to the newly located Café Area.


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