Tobermory Church Hall
Phase two of the renovation works to Tobermory Parish Church involves upgrades to the Church Hall. The entrance porch is currently very cramped and difficult for people to manoeuvre through so a new glass and green oak porch is proposed externally. A minor extension is planned along the northern elevation (an extension to an extension!) that will increase the size of the kicthen and provide sanitary facilities that meet modern standards for accessibility. This will allow and encourage more events to be held in the space that the whole congregation can attend and enjoy with ease and in comfort.
The internal finishes and storage will also be revamped at the same time, providing improvements to insulation and resolving issues with damp whilst refreshing and brightening the space.
Client: Tobermory Parish Church
Structural Engineer: SF Structures