Ogilvie Group

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Ogilvie Construction has completed two phases in the development of new council flats which are part of an exciting programme building 2,000 new council houses across Aberdeen. The development at Wellheads at Dyce is one of nine sites across the city where Aberdeen City Council is building new counc

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Stirling Council has delivered a further 24 new council houses which have been completed at St. Ninian’s King’s Meadow development this summer.   This is in addition to ten properties at King’s Meadow that were handed over at the end of 2020 and are already let to Stirling Cou

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Ogilvie Construction has appointed Kirsty Kirke as development manager for social housing to lead its expansion in the sector. Kirsty brings over 25 years of experience in the delivery of mixed-use residential developments across the UK and will lead the programme to build on the company’s suc

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Ogilvie Construction has landed an internationally recognised award for demonstrating high health and safety standards for the eighth consecutive year. RoSPA has awarded the firm its Gold Medal Health and Safety Award for working hard to ensure its staff operate in the safest possible working enviro

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Martin Poole has joined the senior management team at Ogilvie Construction as estimating director. He will play a key role in leading the pre-construction team to develop projects from inception through handover to onsite operations.

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New council housing in St Ninians, delivered by local builder Ogilvie Homes, has been handed over to tenants. The 10 homes at the King's Meadow development at Monteith Avenue were built as part of Stirling Council’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP), which aims to provide new high-quali

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Ogilvie Construction has started construction work on new Community Custody Units (CCU) in Dundee and Glasgow for the Scottish Prison Service (SPS). The community-based units are part of a new approach to the management of women in custody in Scotland, with the women who will be living there assesse

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