Ryder Architecture

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Pioneering research which links the design of a healthcare facility to patients’ wellbeing has been incorporated into a Glasgow hospice. Designed by international design practice Ryder Architecture, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is the first palliative care facility in the UK to f

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A topping out ceremony has been held to mark a key milestone in the construction of the new £40 million Queensferry High School. Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education and skills, John Swinney, yesterday visited and poured a final piece of concrete on the top floor, marking

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The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow's Bellahouston Park, has been officially opened by Eva Bolander, Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Lady Clark, chairwoman of Arnold Clark. Designed by international design practice Ryder Architecture, the £21 million scheme is based on the Sengetu

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Planning permission for the new Queensferry High School has been approved by the City of Edinburgh Council which has also announced the team delivering the project. Development partner hub South East Scotland will deliver the 1,200 capacity secondary school alongside Morrison Construction as the Tie

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(from left) Peter Barker, Gareth Callen, Andy Costa, Richard Dorkin and Ronnie Graham Ryder Architecture has appointed five new partners to continue to build on the firm’s growing expertise across an increasingly diverse sector and geographic base.

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The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice chief executive Rhona Baillie has announced that Balfour Beatty is the contractor for work to build a new home for Glasgow’s Hospice as the first JCB arrived on site at Bellahouston Park. The announcement marked the start of a project to build a state-of-

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The opening of a new £48.5m school campus in the Highlands is likely to be delayed, the local authority has revealed. The campus is being delivered by hub North Scotland to replace Wick High School and Pulteneytown and South primaries. It will also have community facilities which will be available

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CMS Window Systems has won a comprehensive building envelope contract valued circa £5 million to manufacture and install curtain walling for the new 350-bed Dumfries & Galloway Hospital. Appointed by main contractor Laing O’Rourke and working to a design by Ryder Architecture, CMS will manufa

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