• Client: West Lothian Council / Lothians & Borders Police
  • Architect: Building Design Partnership (BDP)
  • Duration:Complete
  • Location: Livingston
  • Jura Limestone
  • Brandy Crag Silver Grey Slate
  • Random Rubble
  • 2,000m² external cladding
  • 1,200m² internal flooring
  • 150lm of boundary walling
  • 1no feature wall

Vetter UK were responsible for the design, supply and installation of 2,000m2 of external limestone cladding providing the building with a long lasting and quality appearance, 100m2 of internal limestone cladding, 1,200m2 of internal slate flooring, 150lm of boundary walling and 1 feature wall.

When completed in 2009, West Lothian Civic Centre became the new home for public services in West Lothian located in one modern and collaborative building. Sharing the large and predominantly open floor spaces were the Division Police HQ (F Division), the Sheriff and Justice of the Peace Court complex, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration, Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service and West Lothian Community Health and Care Partnership.