Three years into construction and 2014 has provided many striking moments in the story of building the Forth estuary’s newest bridge.
Artist’s impression of the new Fernan Street development Shettleston HA selects Lovell for £3m Glasgow flats scheme
Construction of a £1.45m visitor centre at Falkirk's Helix Park is to get under this month.
The Design, Build, Finance and Maintain (DBFM) contract for Wick Campus has moved forward after the project reached financial close last week.
Our round-up of the stories which caught the attention of SCN readers last year:
The first opportunity for users of the A82 to use the new £5 million Crianlarich Bypass was marked last month.
A Glasgow waste management firm has been fined after waste was illegally dumped in North Lanarkshire. CMI Demolition Limited received a £16,000 fine at Airdrie Sheriff Court after the company failed to ensure the proper disposal of waste from their facility between March and June 2011.
The sale of a medical centre in Edinburgh has helped construction group James Walker (Leith) to a 50 per cent jump in annual profits. The Livingston-based firm also saw its timber frame business move into the black as sales grew on the back of improving conditions across the housebuilding sector.
An ambitious project to transform the campus of one of Scotland’s oldest universities could cost three quarters of a billion pounds.
Growth in the UK construction sector last month eased to its slowest rate for 17 months, according to new data. At 57.6, down from 59.4 in November, the latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI index signalled the least marked increase in construction since July 2013. That said, the latest reading was
The new Largoward homes Kingdom ends the year on a high note with Largoward development
Morrison Construction has reached financial close on the £45.2 million Hub South East Scotland Ltd contract for NHS Lothian to build and operate the first phase of the redevelopment of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
James Sproule Britain’s army of small and medium-sized businesses are being squeezed by companies failing to pay their invoices on time, according to a new survey from the Institute of Directors.
The world-famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh library which was destroyed in the fire at the Glasgow School Of Art should not be rebuilt as a “replica” copy, a leading Scottish architect has declared.
Two regeneration projects by developer Urban Union have been nominated as finalists in this year’s Scottish Property Awards.