The largest Sikh temple outside India, the £17.5m Southall Gurdwara, was officially opened at the end of last month. It was clad in high quality limestone and granite. The Architect Co-Partnership-designed, 6000 m2 scheme was paid for by the local Sikh community. The project team included contractor Interserve, QS and planning supervisor Corderoy, structural engineer Buro Happold, building services engineer T Dunwoody and Partners, project manager Darcy Management Services, stained glass window contractor Goddard & Gibb and, as featured in Building, Cowley Structural Timberwork.