Kier Construction Scotland has been appointed as a Tier One contractor to hub West Scotland’s supply chain. A joint-venture organisation owned by both the public and private sectors, hub West Scotland delivers a range of public sector capital works projects throughout west central Scotland.
Work on a £2.6 million early years facility in Greenock is to begin this month after the project achieved financial close last week. The new 100-pupil facility will be built on part of the old Greenock Academy site and has been designed so the three nursery playrooms will all look-out over the Rive
Work has begun work on Inverclyde Council's new £9.2 million St Ninian's Primary School in Gourock. The CCG project is the latest to benefit from the council's £270m investment that will see every child in the region in a new or refurbished school by 2020.
Gorbals Health and Care Centre hub West Scotland has reached financial close on the Gorbals and Woodside health and care centres, signalling a £35 million investment in health and social care infrastructure.
East Lothian Community Hospital The value of community-based facilities under construction across the Scotland-wide hub programme has reached £1.16 billion and is supporting over 9,000 jobs, figures published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) have revealed.
Topping out ceremonies have been held to mark the completion of brickwork at the new Holy Trinity Primary School in Kirkintilloch and in Bishopbriggs at the new Thomas Muir Primary School and Cleddens Early Learning & Childcare Centre (CEL&CC).
Lend Lease has officially started work on West Dunbartonshire Council’s new offices in Dumbarton town centre. The council plans to relocate 500 staff currently based at Garshake to the offices at the site of the former Dumbarton Academy building in Church Street.
(from left): Bill Matthews, chairman of Hub West Scotland; NHSGGC chairman, John Brown; Lorraine McMillan, chief executive, East Renfrewshire Council; East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) chief officer, Julie Murray; East Renfrewshire Council leader, Councillor, Jim Fletcher T
hub West Scotland has announced the appointment of Iain Marley as its new chief executive. Iain comes from a significant and successful NPD development role as project director at the City of Glasgow College, and before that he led on the development of the Pacific Quay programme for the BBC in Scot
A groundbreaking ceremony has marked the building of the new £29.7 million Barrhead High. Pupils joined the school’s head teacher Andy Sinclair to assist education convener Councillor Elaine Green to carry out the turf cutting at the site of the new school.
A ground breaking ceremony at Bearsden Burgh Hall has marked the start of a multi-million project to transform it in to a new Community Hub for the East Dunbartonshire town. East Dunbartonshire Council leader, Rhondda Geekie, cut the first sod at the event to mark the official start of construction
Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall to build a new primary school campus in Kirkintilloch as part of East Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to improve schools in the area. The new building will be constructed at the current St Flannan’s site, on Newdyke Road. The project will see