(from left) Julian Broster, founding director; Iain McIntyre, director (Glasgow), Stephen O’Malley, founding director; Isla Jackson, director (Glasgow) Civil and structural engineering practice Civic Engineers has announced further expansion of its business taking on the Glasgow arm of consulting
Hardies completes student accommodation at Causewayend in Aberdeen Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has overseen the completion of 173 student studios at Causewayend, Aberdeen for student developer Visage Properties.
A construction sign that is used to warn drivers about a street closure was briefly used as a declaration of a unique kind of love. The sign in Medford, in the US state of Oregon, read: "Pornhub loves me."
The task of finding a possible contractor for a £165.2 million extension to Edinburgh’s tramline could begin as soon as next month if councillors vote through an outline business case for how the work would be completed. Councillors will be asked to give initial approval to extend the existing 8.
Ogilvie Construction has showcased its work to deliver the new £22 million hotel for Motel One Group in Glasgow with a time lapse video of the project. With 374 rooms, the new hotel on Oswald Street will be one of the largest in Scotland and the first in Glasgow for the European budget designer bra
T Clarke is currently working on the Easter Bush Campus in Edinburgh Building services contractor T Clarke has reported a 17% rise in revenue in its interim results for the six months ended 30th June 2017.
A new hub for charging electric vehicles in Dundee has moved a step closer after planners granted permission for the development. Solar canopies, charging points and electrical infrastructure will be built at the site in Princes Street between Dens Street and Lower Princes Street which is currently
Three managers from BAM Construction in Scotland have made it to the finals of the prestigious CIOB Construction Manager of the Year Awards in recognition of their leadership on several of Scotland’s most innovative building projects. Construction manager Tom Cornish has been recognised for his wo
(from left) John Lomas, (construction manager, Collinson) Cllr Judy Hamilton (convener community & housing services committee), Raymond Johnston (property services manager, Fife Council) Cllr Fiona Grant (convener Glenrothes Area committee), and Ed Watson (chief executive FSLT) Work almost compl
The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen has lodged plans to create a replica World War I trench in an effort to bring in more visitors, The Press and Journal has reported. Bosses at the venue, which is locked in a battle for survival amid a cash crisis, believe the aboveground addition could help