St Enoch Shopping Centre
- Redevelopment on the eastern section of St Enoch Centre in Glasgow, Scotland
- Core Cut were sub-contracted to assist with Silent Non-Percussive Hydraulic Crunching
- 30,000 sq ft Vue Cinema
- Services including concrete cutting, hydraulic crunching
- Completing end of 2019
Cinema Development at St Enoch Centre
The latest redevelopment project is underway in Glasgow, the iconic St Enoch centre will have its east section transformed into a new multi screen cinema and restaurants.
Brought on board to assist with concrete cutting and hydraulic bursting and working alongside main contractor Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd on the new VUE Cinema Core Cut have been on site for the past 4 weeks. Using our expertise we have been able to carry out Silent Non-Percussive Hydraulic Crunching of 500mm Thick Reinforced Concrete during the day whilst the centre remains open.
Part of a wider project to enhance and upgrade the St Enoch area to create an attractive destination for locals and tourists alike to shop, dine and socialise in the heart of one of Scotland’s most vibrant cities. A new proposal includes redeveloping the building located on Argyle Street which would be replaced with flagship retail development units further cementing Glasgow’s reputation as one of the best shopping locations outside of London.
Opening in 1989 the St Enoch Centre has been home to high street retailers ever since and helping lead the way from retail growth in Glasgow. The centre has undergone several upgrade projects, with the most prominent a £100 million refurbishment in 2010 which expanded the floor area to 1,300,000 sq ft allowing the centre to become home to worldwide names including Hamley’s toy store.
The St Enoch centre attracts over 3 million visitors every year