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South Ayrshire Council has taken another important step toward transforming learning in Prestwick and Maybole with the appointment of a contractor to build its new learning campuses. Morgan Sindall has been appointed via hub South West to build both the Prestwick Educational Campus and Maybole Commu

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BDP has lodged plans for the proposed £40 million life sciences innovation hub at the Foresterhill Health Campus in Aberdeen. First unveiled in November by economic development body Opportunity North East (ONE), the Bio-therapeutics Hub for Innovation aims to become a focal point for sector am

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Pupils from Ayr Grammar were among the VIP guests to mark the start of demolition works. The old concrete extension (centre) will be demolished as part of proposals to refurbish the main building The first steps in a project to deliver a new home for Ayr Grammar Primary School have now been taken wi

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The University of Strathclyde has revealed its plans for a £60 million learning and teaching hub at the heart of its campus in Glasgow city centre. The facility, which represents the University’s biggest single investment in a building project to date, will provide students with leading-edge teac

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The first of its kind, £13.8m project will see the Faith Schools’ joint campus open its door for the new school term beginning next month. The state-of-the-art build is scheduled to open in August and will be the first school to specifically welcome pupils of both Catholic and Jewish faiths under

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Proposals for a £65 million campus redevelopment plan have been launched by North East Scotland College. Plans will include the refurbishment of Aberdeen City Campus and a new build at Aberdeen Altens Campus. Fraserburgh, where £8.5m worth of engineering technologies facilities will be ready for S

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The UK’s second largest architectural practice BDP has combined forces with Japanese engineering practice Nippon Koei to form a new group which aims to be the world’s leading integrated architecture, design and engineering firm. The two companies exchanged contracts today on a deal in which Nipp

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Ayr Academy A new school has become the first of 12 projects to reach financial close after getting the go ahead by deputy first minister John Swinney.

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BDP has continued the company’s trail blazing approach to BIM certification, by being the first in Scotland to be assessed and certificated under BRE Global’s BIM level 2 Business Systems Certification Scheme. The international architecture and engineering practice has achieved BIM certification

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Work on an “innovative” £24 million replacement for an ageing Anstruther school will begin as soon as possible after planning consent was agreed by Fife Council. Pupils are due to move into the new three-storey Waid Academy in March 2017.

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A £390 million proposal to extend the Buchanan Galleries shopping mall in Glasgow has been put on hold just days before work was due to start. Developer Land Securities said the project has been brought to a halt due to “an increased level of risk” generated by the simultaneous delivery of the

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Aberdeen city councillors seized a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” to kick-start a 20-year regeneration programme for the city centre. The principles of the Aberdeen City Centre Masterplan outlined in a presentation by independent consultants BDP were unanimously accepted – with further det

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