Robertson Timber Engineering has won a series of contracts worth around £2.4 million for six under-construction schools. The company will provide timber frame solutions at Bilston Glen and Southdale School in Midlothian, Kilpatrick School in Dunbartonshire, St Margaret’s Primary School in Cowie,
Pupils from St Mungo's and Trinity High School School pupils in Glasgow have made their first steps towards becoming engineers after graduating from a course designed to encourage careers in the industry.
Bill Robertson CBE Robertson Group has reported a record turnover of £298 million and a pre-tax profit of £11.77m as it nears the end of a five-year plan focused on growing sustainable, long term value and profits.
School students from Trinity High and St Mungo’s Academy, Glasgow at the Forth Road Crossing Education Centre enjoying an engineering workshop with Robertson Group Robertson Group’s efforts to bolster numbers entering the construction industry has engaged with over 12,000 youngsters this year.
The development of a new £39 million Community Campus in Forfar reached an important milestone on Wednesday after contractor Robertson Tayside ‘topped out’ the building. Celebrating the completion of the highest point of the structure, construction will now focus on making the building wind and
Mike Petter, Considerate Constructor Scheme chairman and Gemma Nicoll, Robertson Group community development manager Robertson Group has earned Associate Membership status with the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS).
Robertson Homes has unveiled plans to complete the restoration of Gleann Mor House, the listed fire damaged building at its Westercraigs Development in Inverness, to create 26 luxury townhouses and 30 executive apartments.
The first sod on a new primary school development in Stirling was cut last week at a special ceremony on site attended by councillors, school children and Scottish Government minister for learning Dr Alasdair Allan. Also in attendance were representatives of hub East Central Scotland who are leading
Aberdeenshire Council has accepted a tender to complete a low-energy affordable housing development in Fraserburgh which temporarily stalled earlier this year. The council terminated its contracts with Dundee-based Muirfield (Contracts) Ltd after the company went into administration.
(from left) Cllr Marie Penman, Cllr Neil Crooks (Kirkcaldy area committee chair), Cllr David Ross (council leader), Stewart Shearer (managing director of Robertson Partnership Homes), John Mills (Fife Council's head of housing) and Cllr Judy Hamilton (executive spokesperson for housing & buildin
Approach view along West Bridge Street towards town centre Plans for a new headquarters and civic space in Falkirk took another significant step forward after the local authority submitted plans for a new building on the site of the former Westbank Clinic on West Bridge Street.