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Case Study - Dumfries Baptist Church

13 June 2018 | Case Studies

"A prominent design feature of the building was to create bright and welcoming spaces flooded with natural light. A mixture of L-shaped combination units, coupled ridge units and coupled running units allowed us to bring natural light deep into the plan."

Kirsty Wilson / McLean Architects

Dumfries Baptist Church

Dumfries Baptist Church

Dumfries Baptist Church

The project is now complete and is a huge success, as the church opened it’s doors in early 2018 to great acclaim from both the architectural community and, most importantly, the local communities who now have the space their outreach and charitable efforts deserve.

McLean’s lead architect on the project, Kirsty Wilson, is a long time specifier of FAKRO roof windows, having an understanding of their quality and resilience for many years across many prestigious projects.

She said: “FAKRO were incredibly helpful throughout the entire design and construction process providing literature, technical assistance, u-value calculations and multiple trips to the construction site to advise on bespoke detailing. The product and customer service FAKRO provided was excellent and I would not hesitate to use them again.”

Architect: McLean Architects
Contractor: Ashleigh Scotland Ltd
QS: McGowan Miller
Structural: Asher Associates
M&E: Hawthorne Boyle
Photography: Graham Lees Photography

McLean Architects can be contacted on
0141 353 2040 and at: mcleanarchitects.co.uk.

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