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Future students of the new South West Fife high school watched as the first spade went into the ground in a ceremony on the site of the new school which will replace Inverkeithing HS.

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Fife Council has officially taken ownership of the new St Columba’s RC High School and Woodmill High School at the Dunfermline Learning Campus, marking the completion of the transformative educational project. The keys were ceremoniously handed over to Fife Council leader, Cllr David Ross by B

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Construction and engineering firm BAM has opened a new office in Kilsyth, creating a hub in Scotland for the company’s work decarbonising the UK’s energy network as well as delivering major public buildings and infrastructure projects. The office, built by BAM in the North Lanarkshire to

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As the country enters the second week of the UK general election campaign trail, 12 Tier One UK infrastructure and construction contractors and consultants have shared 12 recommendations that the future government should implement to effectively boost the UK’s economic growth and productivity

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After almost three years of construction, SSEN Transmission teams are celebrating after the new Alyth Substation has been energised, marking a major milestone in the final phases of the project.

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BAM has confirmed that James Wimpenny, the executive director, construction, UK and Ireland Division, has decided to retire at the end of the month. Following a 38-year career with BAM, James is retiring to spend more time with his family and pursue opportunities in the charitable sector. He jo

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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.

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A new £18 million community hub in Wishaw has been awarded top of class in the Scottish Design Awards 2023 after winning the Education Building or Project category and taking home the highly prestigious Grand Prix in Architecture award. Multidisciplinary design practice BDP was presented the a

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Work on the new £36 million Blairgowrie Recreation Centre, which is Scotland’s first Passivhaus leisure development, is now underway. The new centre will replace the current building, which is 41 years old and will give residents in East Perthshire access to state-of-the-art facilit

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