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Home News 2016 Pasquill wins award for Inverness Church Conversion

Cairn Church Conversion gains Pasquill Award

Pasquill tackles a historic church in Nairn, near Inverness, as part of a fascinating conversion of the Listed building into a childrens nursery.


Pasquill, part of the Saint-Gobain Group, the country’s largest roof truss manufacture was recognised by Members of the Trussed Rafter Association (TRA), members were asked to vote for one of the six projects for the 2016 best project of the year, which had been shortlisted ahead of the TRA AGM, in Leeds.

An historic church, part of a fascinating conversion of a listed building in Nairn near Inverness was voted the best project of the year.

Ross Baxter, Managing Director said “I’m delighted that one our projects was recognised by the members of the TRA, its testament to the expertise of our designer Donald Matheson who worked on this project and reinforces our commitment of investing in training for all our designers and providing them with the tools to be able to design the best solution for our customers.

Pasquill manufactured and supplied unusually large-scale Posi-attics for a historic church in Nairn near Inverness as part of a fascinating conversion of the listed building into a children’s nursery.

  • You can read more about the project and view the case study by clicking here.

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