A SIX figure contract for work to Clydebank Library has been awarded by the council.

A notice on the Contracts Scotland website, which publishes tenders by local authorities, shows Glasgow-based Redpath Construction has been chosen to complete the second phase of the work.

The plans, valued at £273,960, will see existing finishes stripped out, new partitions on the first floor along with a new toilet, new fittings to the entrance foyer and new electrical works.

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The contract was issued to the firm on July 11.

The notice said: “The purpose of this tender is to appoint an experienced contractor who will be responsible for the refurbishment of the existing Clydebank Library to deliver a fit for purpose modern library designed around the needs of the customer.”

It is not known when the work will begin.