The Drawing Office is the new education and visitor centre at the Titan Crane, designed to enhance the visitor experience and encourage learning. The centre will creates exhibition space and facilities for education activities on site.
Lead Partner: Clydebank Rebuilt
Other Partners: Funding partners Heritage Lottery Fund and Clyde Waterfront
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Clydebank & Erskine, Queens Quay
The visitor centre is located at the foot of the crane and
provides exhibition space, classroom style accommodation for
multimedia seminars and a café.
A focus for the visitor facility will be a working scale model
of the Titan. There will also be display cases and interpretation
As a visitor attraction, the Titan Crane currently offers a
successful outreach programme to schools. The new accommodation
will improve the experience for school groups, enabling the
delivery of seminars and workshops that link directly to Curriculum
The facility will also improve the visitor experience for all
visitors to the Crane.
The timber framed building is fully glazed so that students and
visitors can perch on high stools and look at the crane, sketch it
and photograph it, all within a wind and watertight
Completed and opened 7 June 2011.
March - May 2011
Between 2003 and 2014 Clyde Waterfront was a strategic
partnership comprising the Scottish Government, Scottish
Enterprise, Glasgow City, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire
Councils. Its purpose was to promote the economic, social and
environmental regeneration of 13 miles of the River Clyde from
Glasgow city centre to Dumbarton.