Buildings for industrial use are often required to satisfy a number of contrasting needs – from production and processing plants to warehousing and offices. Occasionally, the building will also serve as a showcase for the company’s products. Understanding how to accommodate a client’s needs within the parameters of current planning policy is the first stage in securing a successful design. Meticulous planning from the outset ensures that optimum space and running cost efficiencies can be achieved.

Industrial Projects

  • Karl Storz Distribution Facilitiy Architects Dundee

    Karl Storz Endoscopy, New Distribution Centre

    A new two storey extension is being formed using a palette of render, brick and milled aluminium. The façade of the building has been stepped to maximise daylight penetration into the building.
  • Lower Polmaise Waste Management Facility

    Stirling Council’s new waste management building is at the heart of the council’s efforts to make their communities more sustainable, and is itself a beacon for sustainability thanks to our architecture team at Wellwood Leslie.
  • Scotherbs, Longforgan

    Timber cladding to accentuates the main entrance, creating a welcoming face for Scotherbs food processing building.
  • Axies Shield Redevelopment by Wellwood Leslie Architects Dundee

    Site Redevelopment, Axis Shield Diagnostics Ltd., Dundee

    Radical redevelopment of Axis Shiel Diagnostics was undertaken to increase production capacity, correct inefficiencies in work flow and to present an appropriate image to staff and visitors alike.

Useful Articles for Industrial Projects