[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Glasgow-based gm+ad has submitted plans for this 4,500m² speculative office building in Govan
The scheme for developer Calmont Metro on the fringes of central Glasgow will sit on the Clyde tunnel approach road and, according to the practice, will mark the ‘gateway to the city from the airport and M8 [while] reinforcing the urban grid pattern of Govan’.
gm+ad has lodged a planning application for a new 12,800m² office building in Govan on the fringes of central Glasgow on behalf of Calmont Metro. Located on the approach road to the Clyde Tunnel, the design marks the gateway to the city from the airport and M8, and reinforces the urban grid pattern of Govan.
The development sits next to the proposed new Southern General Superhospital.
Architects: Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects
Location: Govan, Glasgow
Type Of Project: Office building
Structural Engineers: Woolgar Hunter
Project Architect: Chris Malcolm
Client: Calmont Metro
Contract duration: 16 months
Gross internal floor area: 4500m²
DForm of contract and/or procurement: Design and build
Total cost: £5.1 million
M&e consultant: KJ Tait
Quantity surveyor: Thomas and Adamson