Richard Lochhead MSP, minister for small business, tourism, innovation and trade, visited the site of the new £250 million Dunfermline Learning Campus last week to hear about the progress of a national campaign to improve construction quality.
A significant milestone has been achieved as planning officials have approved Wasps’ application to transform the A-listed Clydeside Halls in Glasgow into a new market and event space. The new development designed by Collective Architecture seeks to transform the rear halls, corner block and g
Dunfermline-based Deanestor has been awarded its largest contract to date in the education sector – a £5 million project for BAM to manufacture furniture and fit out the two high schools on the new Dunfermline Learning Campus. The Deanestor team will supply and install more than 42,000 i
The City of Edinburgh Council has lodged plans for its Liberton Community Campus to replace the existing high school and deliver new sports facilities, workspaces for council and Police Scotland staff as well as a GP surgery, public library and café. In order to respond to the needs of the lo
NHS Highland has signed a £40 million contract with hub North Scotland to design and build two new community hospitals in Aviemore and Broadford. The milestone in the modernisation of community and hospital services in Badenoch & Strathspey and Skye, Lochalsh & South West Ross follows
Spirits brand Edinburgh Gin has announced plans to invest in a new multi-million-pound distillery in Edinburgh city centre. The development includes acquisition of large-scale premises on East Market Street, in the heart of the city’s historic ‘Old Town’.
Riverside Inverclyde (Ri) has awarded a £1.6 million design and build construction contract for its Inverclyde food and drink incubator to local contractor Stewart and Shields. Baker Street Food & Drink Enterprises will be built on land recently cleared at the corner of Greenock’s Ba
The Willow Tea Rooms Trust has appointed Clark Contracts to deliver the final construction and fit out phase of the famous original Tea Rooms Building created by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1903. In addition to reinstating the Tea Rooms, the refurbishment at Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street will crea