Muir Construction has started work on a £4.7 million project to build a bespoke operations and maintenance facility and associated office accommodation for Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Ltd.
Published 12 August 2020
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has been appointed to a £7 million 60-bedroom nursing home development on a brownfield site in Livingston for Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group.
Published 19 November 2019
Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group Limited has appointed Fife-based Muir Construction to build a new 60 bedroom nursing home in Livingston.
Published 13 November 2019
Construction work to provide a new warehouse and blend facility in East Kilbride for multinational brewing and beverage company Distell International is now well under way.
Published 22 July 2019
Six West Dunbartonshire school pupils are gaining on-site work experience at Queens Quay as part of their Foundation Apprenticeships.
Published 19 March 2019
Property developer London & Scottish Investments has been fast out of the traps to start work on converting a former greyhound track at North End Park in Cowdenbeath into a state of the art retail estate which will create 110 new jobs.
Published 3 October 2018
Property developer London & Scottish Investments is on course to launch its new £10 million Wallneuk Retail Park in Paisley in three months time, bringing up to 120 retail jobs to the town with more to come when the last remaining unit is let.
Published 2 October 2018
Developers are to fast track construction work on Aviemore’s new £10 million retail park to ensure the first tenants have their new stores up and running for the festive season.
Published 6 March 2017
Plans for a hotel and restaurant on the outskirts of Peterhead have been approved by Aberdeenshire Council.
Published 15 September 2016
Muir Construction has won a £5.75 million contract to re-build and expand Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group's Muirfield nursing home in Gullane.
Published 9 June 2016
A joiner who suffered a head injury and a broken wrist in a fall at work has been awarded more than £45,000 damages despite the fact he could not remember the accident and there being no witnesses.
Published 5 December 2014