Cooper Cromar recognise that community facilities are essential for sustaining neighbourhoods and bonding ties with family, friends and neighbours.
Our team of designers work closely with the local community throughout the course of each project to ensure our designs reflect their vision and aspirations. We aim to design facilities which fully engage with the local community, are inspirational in their context, transformational in terms of future proofing and sustainable in terms of energy efficiency and material specification.
Recent and ongoing projects include the award-winning Cameron House Community Education Centre in Edinburgh; Clydesmill Community Fire Station for Scottish Fire and Rescue; a new £10m, 84-bed Care Home for West Dunbartonshire Council; and the expansion of Newlands Primary School to create a much needed community facility in the picturesque village of Romanno Bridge in the Scottish Borders.
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