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Architect sought for Brough Lodge revamp

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Brough Lodge Trust is seeking a conservation architect to restore a ruined nineteenth century mansion on one of the Shetland Islands

The Category A-Listed Brough Lodge on Fetlar was built in 1825 for local landowner Arthur Nicolson and was abandoned 27 years ago.

Brough Lodge Trust was setup in 1998 to restore the iconic Gothic Revival-style building which features crenellated walls and Classical and Moorish detailing.

The project will transform the historic structure into a new venue for events and courses featuring short-stay residential accommodation.

Conservation professionals are invited to submit design fees and other details for the project. The £330,000 contract is for lead consultancy works including architecture, structural engineering, quantity surveying, M&E services engineering and the clerk of works.

The winning team will be initially appointed up to RIBA stage E and the project will proceed further if funding is available.

The deadline for requests to participate is 18 August.

How to apply

View the tender notice for more information

Tenderers may contact Brough Lodge Trust chair Pierre Camillard on pecambillard@yahoo.com for an informal discussion about the project

Contact details

Paul Rutherford
Brough Lodge Trust
St Olaf Hall, Church Road
Tel: +44 1595695583
Email: solicitors@d-s-r.co.uk
Fax:  +44 1595695310
Web:  www.Broughlodge.org





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