A potential site is being considered for a new justice centre in Inverness after plans to develop another location were dropped. The former Stagecoach depot in Burnett Road could be transformed into a facility with new courts and offices, replacing the existing premises at Inverness Castle.
McLaughlin & Harvey has become the first construction company in Scotland to be awarded BRE Global BIM Level 2 Business Systems Certification. Operating throughout the UK and Ireland, building, civil engineering and facilities management contractor McLaughlin & Harvey has joined the growing
The only long-term solution for Scotland to help its struggling first time buyers is to build vastly more affordable, quality housing in the places where people want to live, a new report has found. A study into Scotland’s economic outlook in the aftermath of Brexit by accountancy firm PwC, descri
Audrey Gilmour, Morgan Sindall design manager (centre), with a members of The Association of Women in Property Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall hosted a group from The Association of Women in Property (WIP) on a tour of the £107 million Marischal Square development in Aberdeen
The Scottish Government’s ambition of delivering 30,000 apprentices a year by 2020 could be a tougher challenge than it imagined due to an image problem north of the border. A new YouGov survey commissioned by employment firm Reed in Partnership and qualifications body NCFE suggests that apprentic
Not content with delivering a new dualled carriageway for A9 road users, Transport Scotland’s construction contractor has also been making ‘deliveries’ for the animals at RZSS Highland Wildlife Park, near Kingussie. Wills Bros John Paul JV, who are currently dualling the A9 between Kincraig an
A £1million-plus scaffolding training centre is fast taking shape next to the Clinterty campus of North East Scotland College (NESC) in Aberdeen. The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Aset International Oil and Gas Training Academy project is aimed at meeting growing demand for scaffo
More than 10,000 families are to benefit from a ten year strategy to protect homes in many of Scotland’s most flood-prone communities. The plan is the result of grant funding totaling £420 million and follows an agreement reached between the Scottish Government and COSLA.
Paul Wheelhouse Scotland’s Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse has called for urgent talks with the UK Government following new Prime Minister Teresa May’s decision to axe the Department of Energy and Climate Change in Whitehall.