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Consulting engineer Fairhurst has announced the appointment of three new Partners in Scotland. Based in the firm’s Glasgow head office, Neil McGarry and Alan Blair take up positions within the structures and geo-engineering sections respectively.

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Image by Keith Hunter The City Campus at the City of Glasgow College is one of six buildings to be shortlisted for the 22nd annual Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building.

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Officials at Glasgow’s flagship Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) have moved to calm fears of patients and staff after it emerged the £842 million hospital uses the same cladding found in parts of the Grenfell Tower. It was revealed this week that Kingspan Kooltherm K15 insulation boards

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An aerial view of the Pacific Quay development site Plans to provide new homes, offices, restaurants and a new micro-distillery and visitor centre at Glasgow’s Pacific Quay will be unveiled at a public exhibition tomorrow.

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The restoration of a former school building to be used by Parkhead Housing Association can now be completed after Glasgow City Council approved over £567,000 of new funding. The B-listed former Parkhead Public School in Westmuir Street is to be revamped to create a local enterprise centre with a mi

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The regeneration of the banks of the river Clyde, including plans for a new bridge linking Partick and Govan, has moved forward after Glasgow City Council gave its approval to finalising legal agreements with Peel Holdings Limited. The proposals are part of the Glasgow City Region City Deal and incl

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Glasgow City Council has approved a series of actions which will allow the completion of the southern extension of Buchanan Galleries to take place earlier than otherwise would have been the case. The announcement means that work on the 392,000 sq ft extension should begin in 2018, with completion i

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Plans to transform Sauchiehall Street into a tree-lined avenue have been boosted by almost £7 million in funding from Glasgow City Council. The revamp will introduce a two-way cycle lane and improve pavements for people walking along the bars and clubs.

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Fit out firm Morris & Spottiswood has completed a project creating office space for spirits group Edrington at its new international headquarters in Glasgow. Edrington owns some of the world’s leading Scotch whisky and spirit brands including The Macallan, Brugal rum, The Famous Grouse, Cutty

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Full plans by Celtic Football Club to create a new hotel, retail store, ticketing facility and museum next to its stadium have now been submitted. Architecture firm Holmes Miller has filed an application for planning in principle to Glasgow City Council.

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