Lesser Hampden J.B. McAlpine Pavillion Construction

Built between September 2012 and September 2013, the new pavillion at Lesser Hampden replaced the old Portakin buildings that had stood at the Somerville Drive end of the ground since 1997.

The new building housed the offices of the club, the boardroom, player's gym, physio room, kit and laundry rooms as well as the members' social club. Part of the barn attached to the old farmhouse was also demolished and replaced with two new changing rooms, and in October 2015 the farmhouse itself was renovated and restored to use with two new dressing rooms.  

It was named the J.B. McAlpine Pavillion after the club's greatest player and holder of the goalscoring record for the club.