Middlesbrough Town Hall, a gothic-style building, a key symbol of the town’s historic prosperity, is a grade II* listed building built between 1883 and 1889. Its transformation has reinvented the building as a profitable modern entertainment, education and civic venue attracting some of the UK’s biggest live acts, music events and arts whilst simultaneously restoring its bygone grandeur. Years of coarse modifications have been peeled back to reveal stunning original features and create flexible and inspirational spaces for modern use.
- Refurbishment of Historical Grade II Listed Building
- Extensive Internal Remodelling to create a new Café, Bar and Amenity Areas
- M&E Services incorporated into Main BIM Model
- New Ventilation in Historical Crypt and refurbished Café, Bar and Amenity Areas