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Finnieston, Glasgow.
Opened to the public on June 5, 2001 by Queen Elizabeth II, Glasgow Science Centre is part of the ongoing redevelopment of Pacific Q...
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Finnieston, Glasgow.
Opened to the public on June 5, 2001 by Queen Elizabeth II, Glasgow Science Centre is part of the ongoing redevelopment of Pacific Quay, an area which was once a cargo port known as Prince's Dock.
The architects of the Glasgow Science Centre were Building Design Partnership, however the Glasgow Tower was originally designed by the architect Richard Horden with engineering design by Buro Happold.
It was built at a cost of around £75 million, including £10 million for the Glasgow Tower, with over £37 million coming from the Millennium Commission.
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