Bannockburn Library Refurbishment
Built in the 1970s, Bannockburn Library has historically served as an essential social engagement asset for the Bannockburn, Stirling and other neighbouring communities, offering a free, safe space that is conducive to learning and development. As part of a wider effort by Stirling Council to modernise and expand the library’s functions through a major £1.2m regeneration project, we were appointed in 2021 to deliver end-to-end library design and fit out services.
With the mission of transforming the space into a multi-use community hub, the project’s scope included, among other disciplines, the complete refurbishment and redecoration of the old library, with the delivery of a flexible design capable of accommodating multiple functions being our main challenge.
Opened to the public in January 2022, the new community hub has seen a consistent increase in the number of visitors.
The library was announced as winner of the EDGE23 award in the physical category. The purpose of the award is to recognise positive achievements and promote outstanding library-based initiatives which celebrate the value of libraries.
- EDGE2023 - Physical category