Construction work on the £30 million redevelopment of Aberdeen Art Gallery is to take at least a year longer than scheduled, it has been revealed today. The revamp of the building, which McLaughlin and Harvey began back in 2015, was scheduled to be completed in late 2017.
CMS Window Systems has been appointed to work on a £30 million project to redevelop the prestigious Aberdeen Art Gallery. Working for main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey, the firm has been tasked with providing curtain walling as part of the two year project.
The keys to Aberdeen Art Gallery have been formally handed over to contractors McLaughlin and Harvey with work now under way on the £30 million redevelopment. The Art Gallery, Cowdray Hall and Memorial Hall will be transformed through significant investment in the fabric of the buildings, new exhib