A recent high school fit-out by Godfrey Syrett Furniture manufacturer Godfrey Syrett is just weeks away from concluding its fourth Scottish school contract of 2017, after fitting out the new Kelso High School.
The Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary was delivered using private finance Two of Scotland’s most renowned economists have called for an urgent and independent root and branch review of the quango responsible for the country’s privately financed infrastructure projects.
A Build to Rent scheme being delivered in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh Housing minister Kevin Stewart has announced the launch of the UK’s first Rental Income Guarantee Scheme (RIGS) to support investment in private rented housing.
(from left) Back row: Depute Head Boy Tom Balderston and Skye Patterson of the Jedburgh Grammar senior hockey side. Middle row: Greig Jamieson of hub South East Scotland; Jedburgh Grammar Headteacher Susan Oliver; Councillor Carol Hamilton, Scottish Borders Council's executive member for children an
East Lothian Community Hospital The value of community-based facilities under construction across the Scotland-wide hub programme has reached £1.16 billion and is supporting over 9,000 jobs, figures published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) have revealed.
The demolition of all non-listed buildings at the Inverness College site at Midmills in the city centre is to begin next month to make way for more than 80 retirement homes. Retirement home provider McCarthy & Stone, which acquired the site from Highland Council, will build 45 homes on the vacan
Forth Valley College is looking for a contractor to build the New Falkirk Campus after the Scottish Government and the Scottish Funding Council approved the full business case for the £83 million project. The estimated value of the main construction contract is £58m with the build anticipated to c
Public infrastructure programmes undertaken by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) have delivered economic benefits worth billions of pounds, according to its annual report. Results of the 7th annual review into the public infrastructure investment body’s performance across six key areas of public in
The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) is set to launch a free training and awareness programme to help Scottish construction businesses prepare for the impending implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2. Delivered by CSIC and supported by Scottish Enterprise, Scott
Hundreds of small to medium-sized construction and property firms are said to be benefitting from increased workloads as the value of construction work linked to the Scotland-wide ‘hub’ programme has increased to more than £1 billion. Figures published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT)