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Greenock Ocean Terminal

Client Name: Riverside Inverclyde

Role: Cost Manager


MGAC | RLF will be providing Cost Management services for the Greenock Ocean Terminal project, a landmark building on the banks of the Clyde at Greenock to welcome cruise ship passengers.

The unveiled plans for the £15m cruise terminal comprising a berthing facility, visitor centre and restaurant. The centre also includes a purpose-built art gallery to display works from George Wyllie’s sculptor, who died in 2012 at the age of 90 and gained international acclaim for his pieces ‘Straw Locomotive’ and ‘Paper Boat’.

Peel Ports will operate the terminal and visitor centre, and the new restaurant will have panoramic views across Clyde. According to Inverclyde Council, the proposed Greenock Ocean Terminal could attract £26m extra spending to the economy, with over 150,000 passengers potentially passing through the terminal.



George Wyllie ‘Straw Locomotive’ and ‘Paper Boat’