Robertson celebrates RICS awards double

Two of Robertson’s most significant projects have received coveted accolades at the prestigious Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards.

Robertson celebrates RICS awards double

The Macallan 

Premium spirits giant Edrington’s £140 million Macallan Distillery and visitor experience in Speyside picked up the ‘Design through Innovation’ award at the Scotland ceremony, with judges commending the project team’s careful management of the environment, sustainability and local resources, particularly water, and the building’s innovative design.

There was also success in the North East, with Whitley Bay’s iconic Spanish City regeneration project, which Robertson delivered for North Tyneside Council, awarded the ‘Tourism and Leisure’ title, with judges commending £10million project for transforming a declining waterfront building into a shining beacon of hope and prosperity.

Derek Shewan, chief executive officer of Robertson, said: “The awards celebrate the diverse range of skills and expertise that we have within the business – from the painstaking restoration and refurbishment of iconic buildings to delivering state of the art, innovative projects.

“We’re incredibly proud to have played a key role in the delivery of two hugely significant buildings that will go on to bring lasting benefits for the local community and economies for decades to come.”

Robertson celebrates RICS awards double

Spanish City

George McKenzie, Edrington’s UK engineering manager, said: “This award is testament to the vision, hard work, commitment and collaboration from our team and our partners.

“Together, their unwavering commitment to excellence enabled us to deliver this unique and striking piece of contemporary architecture.”

Adam Serfontein, chair of the judging panel for the RICS Awards, added: “A diverse range of innovative projects, of all sizes and budgets, made the shortlist this year and the winners are truly representative of our region’s best and most innovative built projects that are having a significant positive impact on their communities.

“The teams behind these winning projects should be very proud of their exceptional achievements and contribution to the region.”

Both projects will go on to compete against other regional winners at the national RICS Awards Grand Final in October in London for the chance to be crowned the overall UK winner in their respective category.

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