The £20m project transforms an existing building into a public services ‘hub’
Stride Treglown Architects has completed a £20 million refurbishment of council offices in Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
The newly refurbished County Hall transforms a tired 1970s office extension and a 1930s County Hall building into a public services hub.
The new open plan working environment provides a public library, a cafe, restaurant and registration office and ceremony room, all accessed from a central covered courtyard.
The refurbishment will achieve a 40% reduction in energy use and carbon emissions, with a Breeam ‘excellent’ rating.
The scheme was undertaken as part of Wiltshire Council’s Workplaces Transformation Programme which will see 98 individual buildings condensed into 3 hubs.