Vaughan Engineering Scotland have completed the mechanical and electrical services installation to the New Dunfermline Museum and Art Gallery for BAM Construction. The new building extension has integrated with the original Dunfermline Carnegie Library and houses a museum over two floors, three temporary exhibition galleries, a café, a new children’s library and a local history, study and archive space. This challenging project was designed by Richard Murphy Architects with services design from Rybka Edinburgh.

 

As well as the installation of the traditional building services installations, specific feature lighting and conditioned museum spaces provided a sympathetic and seamless integration between the old and the new parts of the building. BMS control, new gas & electric supplies were brought in to serve the complete extended building with upgraded IT infrastructure.

 

This new important facility for Dunfermline and the surrounding local area was made possible by a Heritage Lottery Fund, Fife Council and The Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, and is due to open to the public in December 2016.

 

Main Contractor: BAM Construction UK

Dunfermline Museum & Art Gallery

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