Coo Palace

HPB Assurance Ltd
JMP Architects
Main Contractor

Converting existing listed buildings in to new accommodation and adding new buildings to the site.

Coo Palace is an iconic landmark overlooking the Wigtown Bay in Dumfries and Galloway and was once a dairy farming facility, built by eccentric millionaire James Brown to house a small herd of 12 prize Belted Galloway cows. 3b construction have converted existing listed buildings in to new accommodation and added new buildings to the site providing a total of 21 holiday houses, 8 luxury flats, energy centre and a leisure complex complete with a swimming pool. 3b construction provided a full in-house delivery of all aspects from earthworks, groundworks, reinforced concrete raft slabs and drainage, timber frame kits manufactured at our offsite facility and full mechanical and electrical packages. We built a Biomass Energy Centre with site wide district heating pipework. We also provided a leisure building including reinforced concrete swimming pool, utilities and infrastructure works, high specification fit-out to all areas, car parks, paths, play areas, boundary walls and soft landscaping.

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