Balfour Beatty has announced the completion of the sale of its 50% stake in Fife Hospital for a cash consideration of £43 million. The firm said this figure is “in excess” of the directors’ valuation as at 30th June this year.
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has completed Scotland’s first drive thru bakery for Stephens The Bakers in Dunfermline. The firm provided quantity surveying and principal designer services on the £500,000 project at Rumblingwell.
Judy Hamilton Fife Council has reassured its tenants that cladding on its high-rise buildings is safe after an investigation found that some buildings do not meet the recommendations of Scottish Government fire safety experts.
(from left) Back row – Bill Banks (Kingdom CEO), Sonny Fox, Brett Mulligan, Ryan Reekie, Lorna Jaffrey (Purvis Group), Vicky Keith (employability officer, Fife Works) and Lynne Dunn (Fife Works manager). Bottom Row – Ramsey Paterson, David Stewart, Ryan Campbell, Michael Murrison, Kyle Malcolm,
Administrators have been appointed at a Fife-based steel fabrication firm with the loss of 25 jobs. Rippin Limited had been trading from Cowdenbeath since 1974 where it operated across Scotland and the north of England providing services to the UK construction industry.
An important milestone in the development of Scotland’s performing arts infrastructure was marked today as work began on a state-of-the-art facility at the University of St Andrews. The official ground-breaking ceremony for the University’s new Laidlaw Music Centre heralds a development that wil
Robertson Property is developing plans for a 90-bed hotel and 99-bed student accommodation development at Abbey Park, St Andrews. It is proposed that the site will be complemented with an extensive park area in front of the buildings.
An aerial view of the Port of Rosyth A new purpose-built facility which will become the main agri-hub in Scotland is to be developed at the Port of Rosyth after agricultural specialist Cefetra Ltd signed a long-term contract with Forth Ports Ltd.
Plans to build a major new housing development that will transform the old Tullis Russell Paper Mill site between Glenrothes and Markinch have been submitted to Fife Council. Town planners and designers Barton Willmore have submitted a Planning Permission in Principle (PPP) application on behalf of
Planning consent for the £8.9 million second phase of Kingdom Housing Association's regeneration of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing has been approved allowing the construction of 61 new homes. Thirty per cent of the new houses will be designed and built to meet suit the particular needs of tenants w
Staff gather for the official opening ceremony of the CMS Window Systems Hayfield Factory in the Hayfield Industrial Estate in Kirkcaldy, Fife this week Scottish window, door and curtain walling designer, manufacturer and installer, CMS Window Systems, has significantly expanded its manufacturing op
Trainee electrician Phillip Heather, a graduate of Kingdom Housing Association‘s Fife Works Construction Academy, has won Fife College’s apprentice of the year award in the Year 1 SVQ Electrical Installation.