Stirling Council is seeking a designer for a £4 million grandstand at Stirling County Cricket Club
The new 500 spectator-capacity facility is part of plans to create a new home venue for Scottish cricket – capable of hosting international matches – at the suburban site.
The project will also deliver hospitality suites, an elite indoor practice facility and a new headquarters for Cricket Scotland.
A transport route to the building, parking and a grass bund for spectators to stand on will also be included.
Founded in 1862, the prestigious club relocated from its historic Williamfield ground to a new site in the Sprinkerse area of the city ten years ago.
The ‘New Williamfield’ ground – overlooking the nearby Ochil Hills and William Wallace monument – features two full-size ovals separated by a sloping bank. JM Architects completed a new pavilion at the site in 2008.
The winning team – set to be announced on 28 April – will develop an existing concept design up to RIBA Stage 3.
The deadline for requests to participate is 2pm on 13 March.
How to apply
View the tender notice for more information
Tel: +44 1786233227