Richard Lochhead MSP, minister for small business, tourism, innovation and trade, visited the site of the new £250 million Dunfermline Learning Campus last week to hear about the progress of a national campaign to improve construction quality.
Work has started on-site to build 20 new affordable housing apartments in Midlothian. Situated on the High Street of Bonnyrigg’s popular town centre, Cruden Building is delivering the project on behalf of Midlothian Council. The new homes will support the council’s wider ambition to reac
Dunfermline-based Deanestor has been awarded its largest contract to date in the education sector – a £5 million project for BAM to manufacture furniture and fit out the two high schools on the new Dunfermline Learning Campus. The Deanestor team will supply and install more than 42,000 i
Algeco, the European modular building solutions brand formerly best known as Elliott in the UK, has secured two major MOD contracts with a combined value of £31 million for supply of high quality modular accommodation. The £21m Kinloss Barracks in Forres, comprises a 112-bedroom Sin
Architecture and building consultancy practice AHR has welcomed Richard Napier to its Glasgow office. With 30 years’ experience, Richard is a respected figure in Scottish architecture who previously worked for AHR between 2006 and 2016.
Glasgow fit-out contractor Morris & Spottiswood has successfully delivered a £1.75 million makeover for River Clyde Homes including the creation of an energy saving biomass heating system. The completion of the 12-month project at Cartsdyke Apartments in Greenock means that heating and hot wate
(from left) Mary Smith, the director of education, communities and economy at Midlothian Council, Bob Constable, the cabinet member for education at Midlothian Council, Barry Bryce operations manager for McLaughlin & Harvey, Jo Wilson, the headteacher of Roslin Primary Work has started on a £6.
L-R Gary Bushnell (Hub East Chief Executive), Andy Mallice (Robertson Group MD), David Lang (Stirling Council’s Director Of Education), David Mackenzie (Business Development Director for Robertson Group), Cllr Violet Weir, Cllr Alistair Berrill, Cllr Margaret Brisley, Monica Cavanagh (Acting Head
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) will tomorrow seek approval from members to commit just over £7 million to modernise Govan Interchange. A paper going to SPT’s strategy & programmes committee outlines a proposal to award the construction contract to Graham Construction – worth a
The opening of two primary school in Midlothian has moved a step closer after plans were submitted to the local authority. Midlothian Council is pressing forward with plans to open an eight classroom primary school and nursery in Bilston as well as one on land east of Whitehouse Way in Gorebridge. P