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The South Rotunda which was designed by Simpson & Wilson and built in the late 1800s, marked the entrance to the harbour tunnels which enabled vehicle and pedestrian access to the other side of the River Clyde, connecting to the North Rotunda.

Though briefly used during the 1988 Glasgow Garden Festival the South Rotunda has lain derelict until recently, when P&MC were appointed to redevelop and transform the building into state of the art offices.

In the washroom on the top floor, part of the steel infrastructure has been left visible, creating a real impact and keeping the industrial history of the building alive.

Interplan Panel Systems was delighted to be involved, installing Solid Surface Vanities in Thunder to the WCs. Solid surface creates a hard wearing, seamless and luxurious finish while offering durability by offering the customer the option to sand and polish out any future wear and tear.

The building will be occupied by the client Malin Group from early 2017 as their corporate headquarters.

“Interplan’s products are always of an exceptional quality and installed to the highest standards. I would have no hesitation in working with them again” - Kenny Marshall (Site Manager) PM&C Ltd.