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Ogilvie Construction has completed two phases in the development of new council flats which are part of an exciting programme building 2,000 new council houses across Aberdeen. The development at Wellheads at Dyce is one of nine sites across the city where Aberdeen City Council is building new counc

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Communities across Scotland are set to see a significant increase in legacy benefits created by local construction projects with the signing of a new Community Legacy Charter. In signing the charter, SCAPE Scotland and a collective of the nation’s leading construction, civil engineering a

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Network Rail has submitted plans to redevelop a former car park to provide new operational and passenger facilities at Glasgow's Queen Street Station. Located in the area off North Hanover Street, the new concourse will house passenger facilities — including retail and food/drin

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Faithful+Gould director Stewart Macleod shares this article developed from a paper he and a colleague wrote looking at construction sector conditions. We wrote previously about the impact of 2020 on the UK construction sector and our work forecasting ahead. We are still facing challenges in the

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The biggest council housebuilding programme in Aberdeen in more than half a century has taken another major step forward as plans progressed for 283 new homes. First Endeavour LLP is set to deliver the housing units at Wellheads Road in Dyce after entering an agreement with Aberdeen City Council.

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Edinburgh's former Royal Infirmary Surgical Hospital, a category-A listed building at the heart of the Quartermile development, has received detailed planning permission to become a major new facility for the University of Edinburgh. Designed by Bennetts Associates working with project managers Fait

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Construction work on the £30 million redevelopment of Aberdeen Art Gallery is to take at least a year longer than scheduled, it has been revealed today. The revamp of the building, which McLaughlin and Harvey began back in 2015, was scheduled to be completed in late 2017.

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Sir Robert McAlpine is to carry out enabling works for the University of Edinburgh on its project to transform the former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary into a major educational hub. A change of use and restoration application to extend the A-listed surgical building to provide teaching and learning spac

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The University of Edinburgh has submitted plans to transform the former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary into a major educational hub. A change of use and restoration application has been filed to extend the A-listed surgical building to provide teaching and learning spaces, a major new public event space,

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