The Stockingfield Bridge in north Glasgow has won the 2022 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award, which recognises civil engineering projects that have made a positive impact on their local communities. The two-way spanning cable-stayed pedestrian and cycle bridge opened e
The building previously known as Tay House, which uniquely crosses the M8 motorway in Glasgow, is set for a full rebrand and £3 million refurbishment, and has already signed up new tenants. London & Scottish Property Investment Management (LSPIM), on behalf of Regional REIT, has begun the
Highland Council has appointed Fairhurst to lead part of the £7.1 million upgrade at Bught Park in Inverness. The firm will construct a new pavilion as well as work on improvements to the existing B-listed wooden grandstand. The contract was worth £72,000.
The JR Group has now commenced work on the site of its second major project in Livingston, which is its first-ever partnership with Ark Housing Association.
Construction of the £16 million Milltimber Primary School has been completed and today opened its doors to pupils and staff.
A new public consultation has been launched into plans by Kirkwood Homes for a new mixed-use development at Fairways, Inverness.
Aberdeen City Council's plans to create a new food and drink destination venue at a revamped Aberdeen Market have now been submitted for planning.
Proposals to refurbish Inverurie Town Hall and add an extension to provide office accommodation have been lodged by Aberdeenshire Council.
The developer of a new office building located in the heart of Edinburgh has today announced practical completion of the development. Developed by Vastint Hospitality as part of its New Fountainbridge mixed-use development, No2 Freer Street comprises 59,554 sq ft of Grade A office space over seven f
Councillors have approved plans for 37 new homes to be built in the Aberdeenshire town of Oldmeldrum, with land to be set aside for 12 affordable homes as part of the application.
Faithful+Gould, Arup and Triskelion (Arcadis, Sweco and Fairhurst) have secured places on the SCAPE Scotland Consultancy framework.
Restoration works are now complete at the Category B listed Nairn Courthouse.
Aberdeen City Council has appointed Robertson Construction to build a new £16 million school in the west of the city.
Plans to breathe new life into Banff's Bridge Street by making it an attractive, welcoming route connected to the wider area have been submitted by Aberdeenshire Council. The Bridge Street Public Realm Improvement Scheme being led by the council's delivery team will link up strategic projects and ke
Whiteburn Projects will host the first of two public consultation events this month to update the local community of its plans for a residential development in Kirkcaldy. An aerial view of the Loughborough Road site