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Building on the success of COP26, the Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum (CICV Forum) has announced it will be holding a dedicated eco homes festival in 2022, delivering practical assistance and advice to help Scotland become a net zero nation.

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Fife College has appointed the project management team that will deliver its new Dunfermline campus. Following a rigorous procurement process, construction and property consultancy firm Gardiner & Theobald was chosen to form the multi-disciplinary project management and design team.

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Work to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class destination can start next year after planning permission was granted for the £42 million project. Designs by international architects AL_A will turn the Category A-listed Victorian building into a leading European museum telling the unique s

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Edinburgh Waverley station. Image: Network Rail Network Rail has unveiled an internationally recognised team of engineers, architects and urban planners it has appointed to help shape the long term future of Edinburgh’s Waverley Station.

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£1.83m of urgent works are needed at Ayrshire College's Ayr campus, the report said A new report has estimated that it would take over £360 million of work to bring Scotland’s entire college estate up to an acceptable condition.

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Contractors are being sought for the refurbishment of the Burrell Collection museum in Glasgow. The A-listed building in Pollok Country Park, which closed to the public last October, is to be transformed to create a dedicated space for special exhibitions and the conversion of offices into galleries

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The £35 million refurbishment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall claimed the overall ‘Project of the Year’ honour as more than 30 of Scotland’s most impressive and community beneficial property schemes battled it out at the RICS Scotland Awards 2017 yesterday. The prestigious annual ceremony, held at

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Planning permission has been granted for a £66 million refurbishment of the Burrell Collection museum in Glasgow. The A-listed building in Pollok Country Park, which closed to the public last October, houses almost 9,000 artworks collected by shipping merchant Sir William Burrell.

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Visualisation of the reconstructed library based on meticulous research by the design team Image: Page \ Park A full-size prototype of a library bay is to be constructed for the Mackintosh Library at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) to help test materials and techniques as part of ongoing restoration

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