DAMAGE caused to the Sumburgh Head visitor centre during a storm earlier this year is due to be fixed.
Insulation sheets came free from a portion of roof over the engine room during ‘Storm Doris’ in February, leading to cracks and water dripping through.
A temporary solution was put in place, but Northern Irish contractors Corramore Construction – who worked on the £5.4 million centre’s renovation- have been asked back to replace the section of roof.
Andy Steven, acting manager of owner Shetland Amenity Trust, said the organisation was looking to advantage of weather windows and confirmed that work is currently ongoing.
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