An agreement has been reached to develop a new £34.5 million high school combined with a theatre and arts venue in Cumbernauld. The Community Campus, to be built on the site of the existing Cumbernauld High School,
Newbattle High School Engineering specialist SES Engineering Services has secured two mechanical and engineering (M&E) contracts worth approximately £10 million to deliver two new schools and community centres.
(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
Morrison Construction talks to Built Environment students at New College Lanarkshire Built Environment students from New College Lanarkshire enjoyed an insight into the work that goes into a £43 million building project during a visit from Morrison Construction.
The Highland Council has awarded three contracts valuing £7.9 million in total for works at three Inverness schools which are expected to commence in April 2017. A £3m contract has been awarded to McGregor Construction at Cauldeen Primary School. The works will include the construction of an exten
Michael McBrearty Construction and infrastructure partnership hub South West is set to help companies in Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway to get clued-up on how to win profitable new business from some of Scotland’s biggest building contractors.
Generations of people in and around Tarbolton now have access to first-class facilities as the latest project by construction and infrastructure-focused partnership hub South West Scotland opened its doors. The first classes were held last week at the £3.8 million Tarbolton Community Campus, a flag
(from left) Richard Park - operations director for hub South East Scotland, David Small - chief officer for East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership, Shona Robison MSP cabinet secretary for health, wellbeing and sport and Philip Galbraith - project director at Morrison Construction Health sec
The project to redevelop the Royal Edinburgh Hospital campus has taken another major step forward with the keys to the £48 million first phase being handed to NHS Lothian in time for Christmas. The redevelopment of the hospital site was undertaken in partnership with hub South East Scotland, which
Six contractors have secured a place on Aberdeenshire Council’s £125 million main contractor framework. Robertson Group, along with Kier Construction, McLaughlin & Harvey Construction, Morgan Sindall, Morrison Construction and Northstone (NI) have all been named on the three-year framework.