THOMAS & Adamson has been appointed as quantity surveyor and contract administrator for the multi-million-pound redevelopment of the historic David Stow Building at Strathclyde University’s former Jordanhill Campus.
CALA Homes (West) plans to build over 400 luxury homes on the 31-acre site, the first of which will be delivered in 2020. Thomas & Adamson said the firm will begin immediate work on-site, and will drive the delivery of the 67 apartments alongside the developer.
Chris Narrowmore, partner at Thomas & Adamson said, “Jordanhill Park offers the former campus site a new lease of life after it ceased to be a teacher training facility in 2012, and residents will be able to enjoy luxury living in a location steeped in history. CALA’s sensitive and sympathetic conversion of the David Stow building will preserve the Grade B Listed building’s past and secure its long-term future, and it’s great to see this legacy will live on.
“Our international QS and contract administrator credentials and expertise working within the new home build sector will prove essential in the delivery of this project. The scale and complexity of it speaks for itself, and we have a strong track-record in working in this type of environment. We look forward to working with all parties over the next year and being involved in such a pivotal project.”