Project Overview

Project Name: Pinkston Paddlesport Centre, Glasgow
Location: Glasgow
Sector: White Water Courses
Client: Scottish Canals
Architect:
Project Leader: Peter Stienlet
Service(s):
Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Building Services, Geoenvironmental, White Water Course Services

Pinkston Paddlesport Centre, Glasgow

Patrick Parsons is involved with the £2.5million development of Scotland's first competition standard, purpose built paddlesports centre. The development offers something to everyone, as a high-level training facility for elite athletes, a water safety and water rescue training resource and as a community hub providing the opportunity for local people to get out on the water. Patrick Parsons were also responsible for the outline and detail design of the paddlesport centre, isolation of Pinkston Basin Canoe Polo Course, design fo the centre's facilities including changing rooms, classrooms, tower and foundations, and design of canoe club storage units. In addition, designs relating to a new access bridge, hard and soft landscaping and also assessment of an existing bridge access to Pinkston Island were provided.

Patrick Parsons was also responsible for the outline and detail design of the paddlesports centre, isolation of Pinkston Basin Canoe Polo Course, design for the centres facilities including changing rooms, classrooms, tower and foundations and design of canoe club storage units. Furthermore we designed a new access bridge, hard and soft landscaping and also assessed an existing bridge access to Pinkston Island.

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