Perth Theatre collage

Works have progressed well during the first three months of this landmark project, with the demolition and helical displacement piling now complete. We would like to thank our neighbours in the surrounding area and the wider community for their patience during this period when levels of noise and vibration were increased.

Works are now underway to install the required foundations ahead of the tower crane being installed during the month of August. Internally, the upper circle of the existing auditorium has been reconfigured to allow this area to be reopened after years of being closed to the public.

Your local contact

If you have any queries or comments, please feel free to contact Craig Bulloch, Senior Project Manager, on 07734 003107 or c.bulloch@robertson.co.uk

 

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