The Shetland Museum and Archive Centre at Hays Dock in Lerwick was built at a cost of £11.6 million which was part financed by the Heritage Lottery fund. The walls of the Museum were constructed in the shape of a fishing boat sail and the building won a prestigious design award from the Glasgow Institute of Architects. The harbour is regularly battered with wind speeds in excess of 100mph and Hertalan membranes were specified to waterproof the roofs and fa çades of the building due to their durability, BBA, ISO14001 and WINTEC certification and the products 20 yr manufacturer warranty.
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National Trust Visitor Centre