Morrison Construction

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The newly-opened £20 million Nucleus building in Wick, built by Morrison Construction, took home two awards at the inaugural Architects' Journal Architecture of the Year Awards this month. The building, designed by Reiach and Hall and home to the national archive for the civil nuclear industry, won

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Morrison Construction has started works on the £15 million Ardross Distillery development in the scenic Averon Valley, 30 miles north of Inverness. The project for Ardross Investments Ltd will involve the refurbishment and extension of a dilapidated farm complex on a private 50-acre site that inclu

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Whatriggs Primary School and Early Education Centre in Kilmarnock has been successfully handed over by Morrison Construction in advance of the new 2017 Autumn term. Collaborating throughout with East Ayrshire Council’s architecture department and education team, Keppie Design developed the exempla

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A recent high school fit-out by Godfrey Syrett Furniture manufacturer Godfrey Syrett is just weeks away from concluding its fourth Scottish school contract of 2017, after fitting out the new Kelso High School.

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Morrison Construction and East Ayrshire College with their award Two construction projects have been honoured at the GO Awards Scotland for excellence in public procurement.

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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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The development of the new Largs Campus being built by Morrison Construction reached a major milestone last week. The ‘topping out’ ceremony was a very special occasion for two local families, the Trotters and Wilsons, who won a competition to have their names engraved on bricks of the new facil

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The £6.5 million fourth phase of the Bishopbriggs Relief Road project has been delayed until early next year. Following a recent meeting between East Dunbartonshire Council and Network Rail, the local authority has confirmed the scheme's completion date has been pushed back to early 2018.

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Work on a new Dunoon Primary School is about to get under way after Argyll and Bute Council signed a contract with project partners hub North Scotland Ltd and Morrison Construction. The project will see a major refurbishment of the historic Victorian building as well as the building of a brand new w

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