IFT work on new whisky distillery on the River Clyde

IFT work on new whisky distillery on the River Clyde

IFT were appointed by the projects Principal Contractor, McLaughlin & Harvey, to carry out extensive repairs and refurbishment at the Glasgow Whisky Experience. The project to transform The Pump House into an operational whisky distillery began in 2012. Sitting on the site formerly known as The Queen’s Dock, The Pump House includes a 5-star visitor centre with interactive whisky experience, shop and café.

Production at the £10.5m complex housed in the converted former dock Pump House started last month and the Clydeside Distillery is now open to the public.

IFT successfully installed approx 240sqm of polyurethane flooring finishes, including lining of channels and sumps, along with sand/cement screed to various areas of the historic building. This provided the client with a heavy duty, hard wearing floor finish with exceptional chemical resistance, textured surface and decorative fleck.