Glasgow City Council has received plans to convert a former church in Pollockshields into 17 flats.
MIXED USE and NON-RESIDENTIAL Applicant: Rutherford Colinton Ltd.
A student accommodation block is to be developed on a site next to Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.
Sir James Dunbar-Nasmith, who was president of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) from 1971-1973, has died, the professional body has announced. Sir James studied architecture at Cambridge – where his tutors included Nikolaus Pevsner and Geoffrey Webb – and went on
The landmark Coire Glas pumped hydro scheme in the Scottish Highlands that could power three million homes and more than double Britain’s electricity storage has been handed a £100 million investment boost from SSE. Located on the shores of Loch Lochy, between Fort William and Inver
An Edinburgh scaffolding firm has announced the launch of a new division, expanding the services it offers and paving the way for continued growth. City Access Scaffolding has invested in a new Specialist Access Division, headed by divisional director, David Ritchie. The expansion is a key part of t
The Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has welcomed another major organisation to its ranks, as the successful collective continues to offer a wealth of practical support and guidance to Scotland’s building sector.
Works on the replacement of vital infrastructure at Uig harbour have achieved a significant milestone this week. The first stage of works to prepare for the replacement of the vessel linkspan has been completed and ferry services to and from Uig Harbour can resume from 23 March.
A £1.1 million project to repair and refurbish the stonework and surrounding gardens at the historic Preston Tower in Prestonpans is making good progress.
An intense 10-day programme to install a 5000-tonne bridge on the West Coast Main Line (WCML) is set to take place at Ravenscraig in North Lanarkshire.
Home building body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has announced the shortlist for its 2023 awards programme, this year focused on the theme of People | Place | Planet. With environmental, sustainable and social values remaining high across agendas, those companies making the judges’ first cut are:
Specialist shoring supplier Groundforce Shorco has developed a carbon calculator for temporary works and is making it available not just for customers but the shoring industry as a whole.
Staff at pitched roof tile manufacturer Russell Roof Tiles have surpassed their weight loss target raising over £2,000 for local causes in the process. Kicking off the new year, 21 team members stepped up to shed the Christmas pounds, and took a whole-body approach to their wellbeing, in a mis
Last week, Scottish Construction Now reported how the Irvine-based Edison Group had opted to switch to a four-day week for its employees. Now in our SCN poll, you can have your say - and we'd like to hear your views too.
AS Homes Scotland has obtained planning permission to build ten new homes on the site of a former children’s home in Howwood.