hub South West Scotland is to work in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Council to deliver the new £48m Dumfries High School after plans for the new state-of-the-art education facility were approved.
A new £18 million community hub in Wishaw has been awarded top of class in the Scottish Design Awards 2023 after winning the Education Building or Project category and taking home the highly prestigious Grand Prix in Architecture award. Multidisciplinary design practice BDP was presented the a
Lanarkshire-based Jettison Waste Management was announced as the winner of hub South West Scotland’s Build Lanarkshire Programme last week, marking the sixth year of the successful development programme which offers valuable industry knowledge and support to local companies in the construction
Work on a new £24 million Passivhaus primary school for Irvine has officially commenced. North Ayrshire provost Anthea Dickson carried out the official ground-breaking duties to signal the start of construction of the new facility at Montgomerie Park.
A new £18 million primary school campus has been fitted out by Dunfermline-based Deanestor, working with main contractor Morgan Sindall Construction. The new Prestwick North Education Campus has replaced Glenburn Primary and St Ninian’s Primary School. It was delivered for South Ayrshire
Property and garden maintenance company Maple Maintenance Ltd has been named the winner of this year’s Build Ayrshire programme, delivered by hub South West Scotland (hub SW). Based in Skelmorlie, North Ayrshire, the company offers full property maintenance for local authorities, landlords and
Through collaboration with the community and innovative design, multi-disciplinary consultancy BDP has delivered a new multi-use community hub in North Lanarkshire. Newmains & St Brigid’s Community Hub is home to both Newmains and St Brigid’s Primary Schools, and the Newmains Family
As Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2023 comes to a close, our work in devising ways to attract talented youngsters into the built environment must continue, writes hub South West Scotland chief executive Michael Ross. According to the Construction Skills Network (CSN) report, Scotland will need 19,550