WSP has been appointed as the engineers for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Athletes’ Village.
The consultancy joins a consortium of firms, which includes Davis Langdon as project and cost management and RMJM as masterplanners and lead designers.
The project will lead to the creation of 700 homes and related accommodation for up to 8,000 athletes and officials, with a further 765 homes planned after the games.
The aim is to transform the deprived east end of Glasgow into a more desirable residential area. The proposals for the Games phase of the project will regenerate a 38 hectare waterfront site and have been prepared in discussion with the Organising Committee of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Paul Stallan, European Design Director of RMJM said: “RMJM has designed a beautiful and inspired urban village for the East End of Glasgow, a village that will accommodate visiting athletes in the first instance, but most importantly post the 2014 Games will provide a wonderful environment for a new family focused community to grow and regenerate.”
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