Hub South East Scotland

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Some of the Primary 2 children at Currie Primary School outside their new classrooms Five more primary schools opened new classrooms in Edinburgh yesterday marking the sixth successful year of the Rising Roll programme of school extensions with hub South East and Morrison Construction.

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Containers for artists and entrepreneurs arriving on site Work has begun on site to breathe new life into the old tram depot on Leith Walk.

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Construction work has been completed on the new £32 million West Calder High School in West Lothian. The keys to the state-of-the-art building were handed over to West Lothian Council on June 29 by developer hub South East and main contractor Morrison Construction.

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The new Queensferry High School project has reached an important milestone as financial close was achieved yesterday clearing the way for main construction works to begin, with the school due to be completed by Spring 2020.

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Paul Brewer The directors of Hub South East Scotland have announced the appointment of Paul Brewer as the new chair of the board.

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The hub team collecting Sponsor/Developer Award (from left) Hal Cruttenden (host), Joanne MacDougall (hub South East marketing & communications manager), Kevin Bradley (hub South East Board member), Paul McGirk (hub South East chief executive), Tunca Ataoglu (regional director, EMEA - sponsor of

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(from left) David Small (chief officer, East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership), Paul McGirk (chief executive, Hub South East), First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Andrew Milne (project director, NHS Lothian), Philip Galbraith (project director, Morrison Construction) First Minister Nicola Stur

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The wait is almost over for the East Lothian Community Hospital as the project takes another major step forward this week. The keys to the freshly completed Out-Patients Department were given to NHS Lothian on February 23 and will open to patients from March 12.

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Planning permission for the new Queensferry High School has been approved by the City of Edinburgh Council which has also announced the team delivering the project. Development partner hub South East Scotland will deliver the 1,200 capacity secondary school alongside Morrison Construction as the Tie

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Richard Park (operations director) and Paul McGirk (chief executive) from Hub South East (middle two) picking up the Consultancy of the Year Award from hosts and sponsors Public sector development partner hub South East Scotland scooped two awards at the inaugural Education Buildings Scotland Awards

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Bathroom pod manufacturer Offsite Solutions has been awarded a supply contract for the new £70 million state-of-the-art East Lothian Community Hospital. The firm will provide 134 factory-built bathroom pods for the 22,000sqm community hospital in Haddington. The units will be supplied without floor

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(from left) Back row: Depute Head Boy Tom Balderston and Skye Patterson of the Jedburgh Grammar senior hockey side. Middle row: Greig Jamieson of hub South East Scotland; Jedburgh Grammar Headteacher Susan Oliver; Councillor Carol Hamilton, Scottish Borders Council's executive member for children an

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(from left) Eddie Robertson (Morrison Construction), Steve Shon (NHS Lothian), Paul McGirk (Hub South East), Miriam Anderson (NHS Lothian), David MacDonald (Scottish Futures Trust) The East Lothian Community Hospital project has been recognised at the Partnerships Awards in London with a Silver awar

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