The Spittal Street project involved the restoration of a C-listed tenement in the Stirling Town and Royal Park Conservation Area. The works was carried out for the owners of the building and supported by Stirling City Heritage Trust (SCHT) and Stirling Council.
The Spittal St tenement was designed by local architects McLuckie and Walker in the Art Nouveau style, it was completed in 1903 and is architecturally associated with an earlier sister building on King Street.
Works included stone repairs, repointing, leadwork and repairs to the building’s accessible flat roof. The building was originally identified as requiring repairs by SCHT’s Traditional Buildings Health Check scheme, a unique pilot project funded by CITB and Historic Environment Scotland.
The project was delivered by a team including Ailsa TH quantity surveyors and Punch Consulting engineers.