Hub East Central Scotland

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BAM Construction has handed over Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries to hub East Central Scotland and Fife Council. Located on Abbot Street within the town’s heritage quarter, the new museum joins two existing B-listed buildings, the existing Carnegie library and a former bank branch, and h

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An innovative new Care Village will be built in the grounds of Stirling Community Hospital following the approval of detailed plans. A full business case for the £35 million development has been approved by the Scottish Government which means building work will begin in January 2017 and the majorit

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BAM Construction has successfully handed over the new £21.5 million Windmill Community Campus in Kirkcaldy. The school is the final project to be built under the Building Fife’s Future Framework which delivered Dunfermline High School in 2012 and Auchmuty High School in 2013.

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The restoration and redevelopment of Perth Theatre is now fully underway as the construction phase began in earnest today. Project contractors Robertson Construction Tayside will be on site to carry out enabling works, which will include stripping out existing buildings and preparing to demolish sec

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Work on a £28.7 million replacement for Baldragon Academy in Dundee officially got underway. Dundee City Council is funding £10.6m towards the new secondary, with the rest being provided by the Scottish Futures Trust.

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A ground breaking ceremony has been held by BAM Construction at the site of the new Waid Academy and community hub in Anstruther, Fife. Work at the new building is already underway which will, innovatively, incorporate community services within the ground floor of the building and the school will be

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The development of a new £39 million Community Campus in Forfar reached an important milestone on Wednesday after contractor Robertson Tayside ‘topped out’ the building. Celebrating the completion of the highest point of the structure, construction will now focus on making the building wind and

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The first sod on a new primary school development in Stirling was cut last week at a special ceremony on site attended by councillors, school children and Scottish Government minister for learning Dr Alasdair Allan. Also in attendance were representatives of hub East Central Scotland who are leading

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Approach view along West Bridge Street towards town centre Plans for a new headquarters and civic space in Falkirk took another significant step forward after the local authority submitted plans for a new building on the site of the former Westbank Clinic on West Bridge Street.

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Crieff Primary School hub East Central Scotland has completed an £18 million project for the design and construction of two new primary schools in Perthshire.

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hub East Central Scotland has delivered two refurbishment projects at Falkirk Community Hospital at a cost of £2.9 million that will provide mental health day care facilities, together with an additional community hospital inpatient ward. The new facilities are the result of a refurbishment program

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Arbroath’s skyline is being transformed by the multi-million pound replacement of two of the town’s seats of learning at Warddykes and Timmergreens. Angus Council’s children and learning convener, Councillor Sheena Welsh was joined by local councillors and council officers at the Warddykes dev

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L-R Gary Bushnell (Hub East Chief Executive), Andy Mallice (Robertson Group MD), David Lang (Stirling Council’s Director Of Education), David Mackenzie (Business Development Director for Robertson Group), Cllr Violet Weir, Cllr Alistair Berrill, Cllr Margaret Brisley, Monica Cavanagh (Acting Head

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The value of projects under construction delivered through the Scotland-wide hub programme has leapt 78 per cent in the past six months. Latest statistics published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT), which manages the hub programme, shows the value of community buildings being built by the f

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