Redpath has secured its first project with the University of Edinburgh. The project comprises the alteration and refurbishment to various teaching rooms at Minto House which is the home of the School of Architecture.
The construction of a world-class research and teaching facility at Edinburgh BioQuarter has reached its highest point. Due to open in 2024, the new Usher building will accelerate data-driven innovation within the health and care sector.
Edinburgh BioQuarter has formally launched its public procurement process for a private sector partner to help deliver a £1 billion health innovation district which will create jobs, homes, and a community for thousands of people in Edinburgh. Located just three miles south of Edinburgh city c
A team of experts exploring the mainstream use of homegrown timber in the construction sector has secured funding for the next phase of a demonstrator project which will see the first two-storey modular home manufactured from Scottish mass timber displayed during COP26.
The Scotland and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation (SNIPEF) has secured valuable funding for research into the way the industry progresses towards a net zero society. SNIPEF has accessed funding through the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) and will act as lead
Using robots to make offshore infrastructure inspection and repair safer is moving a step closer following the injection of £2.5 million of further funding from UK Research & Innovation (UKRI). Founded in 2017 and led by Heriot-Watt and the University of Edinburgh, the ORCA Hub, which incl
Edinburgh’s drive to become the Data Capital of Europe has moved a step closer after Robertson Construction recently completed the new building to house the Edinburgh International Data Facility (EIDF).
The University of Edinburgh has invested £5 million in green projects after becoming the first university in the UK to sign up to HSBC’s new green deposits programme. The Green Deposits programme enables organisations to invest directly in green projects that promote the transition to a
A two-floor Scandinavian-style lodge serving hot drinks is one of several bespoke spaces being created for University of Edinburgh students to safely interact between their studies. The lodge – which will be situated in Bristo Square, alongside the University’s historic McEwan Hall &ndas
The first major engineering works on a state-of-the-art composite structures research facility will begin in July as part of an industry-academic partnership between the University of Edinburgh and Babcock International Group.
An online community consultation has been launched today with the intention of developing a new mixed-use neighbourhood, as part of plans by Edinburgh BioQuarter to create a new Health Innovation District.