Dunfermline-based furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has delivered a £1.8 million contract for Morrison Construction for a new £60m multi-school campus in West Lothian, its 12th project for the contractor.
Dunfermline-based furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has delivered a £1.6 million contract for one of the highest-performing secondary schools in Scotland. Built by McLaughlin & Harvey and designed by Ryder Architecture for East Dunbartonshire Council, the new £40.9m Boc
Architect Chris Malcolm discusses how a holistic, people-centric vision can achieve more with less across publicly funded projects in Scotland. The ambition to deliver a more place focused, locally responsive approach to public service delivery across the diverse context of Scotland is fundamental t
Furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has been awarded its second contract this year for North Lanarkshire Council, taking the value of these orders to £1.5 million. The latest project is to provide furniture and fit-out services for a £20m community hub in Chryston which is be
Furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has been awarded a £3.1 million contract by Robertson Group to manufacture and install bespoke kitchens and wardrobes for Moda Living's new £80m build-to-rent neighbourhood in Glasgow. The Holland Park contract follows Deanestor’s successf
Work on a new £20 million community hub in Chryston has begun, with a turf-cutting event to mark the start of construction taking place this week. North Lanarkshire Council is working in partnership with NHS Lanarkshire on the project that will deliver a 21st-century learning environment along
Offsite Solutions has been awarded a £3 million contract to manufacture 588 bathroom pods for its third major build-to-rent neighbourhood for Moda Living.
Plans for a new residential and mixed-use development in the heart of Glasgow city centre has failed to gain planning permission.
A developer will be given the opportunity to convince Glasgow City Council of the positives of its plan to demolish the majority of the historic Wright and Greig Ltd distillers and deliver 182 build-to-rent apartments at 64-72 Waterloo Street.
Ryder Architecture has been named Architectural Practice of the Year at the Building awards this week.
A new apartment block containing 20 two-bedroom homes is set to be built in Yorkhill at the corner of Gilbert Street and Teviot Street. Plans submitted by Surplus Property Investments were given approval by Glasgow City Council.
Ryder Architecture's excellence in international trade has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. The practice is one of 205 organisations across the UK to be recognised with prestigious awards, which celebrate the success of exciting and innovative businesses which are leading the
North Lanarkshire Council has teamed up with NHS Lanarkshire to propose a combined primary school and health clinic at Chryston.
Construction work on Moda’s Holland Park neighbourhood, which saw Ryder Architecture appointed following planning approval, is well underway.
Planning permission in principle is being sought for a mixed-use development that could deliver up to 450 homes next to Dunfermline’s new £180 million super campus.