Project Scotland

Scottish projects contribute to “solid” Kier results

Scottish projects contribute to “solid” Kier results

KIER Group has announced a “solid” set of financial results, supported by the growth of Kier Construction in Scotland and the..

Housebuilder dives into sponsorship deal with local swimmers

HOUSEBUILDER Mactaggart & Mickel Group has announced it has renewed its sponsorships with two of Scotland's top swimmers. Andrew..

March, 2017

Red letter day for new business district

CONSTRUCTION is set to start at Magenta, Glasgow’s new satellite business district, after project costs for the development’s..

March, 2017

Milestone reached at £19m student accommodation site

A crucial milestone has been reached in the £19 million student accommodation project in Glasgow’s Collegelands, with the steel..

March, 2017

Kier opens up Scottish sites to encourage construction careers

KIER is opening a record seven sites to the public for Open Doors Week 2017 to help attract the next generation of Scottish..

March, 2017

Jobs boost for Highlands as work starts on vacant site

CONSTRUCTION work on the vacant Inverness College site has produced a jobs boost for the Highlands. Demolition of all non-listed..

March, 2017

New drone service aids building project visibility

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has launched a new drone service to produce images and video footage for clients. John Reid, a surveyor at..

March, 2017

Top marks at BRE Innovation Park

THE BRE Innovation Park in Ravenscraig recently welcomed senior pupils from Chapelhall Primary School. 22 youngsters received a talk..

March, 2017

Work complete on £7m Bathgate care development

GRAHAM Construction has completed work on the £7 million Rosemount Gardens and Court Complex in Bathgate. The care development, which..

March, 2017

Second independence referendum would cause “uncertainty” in markets claims RICS

THE regional director for the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in Scotland has warned that a second independence..

March, 2017

Builders voice concerns over private housing stats

BUILDERS have expressed concern over new Scottish Government figures which show the total number of new homes being started has fallen..

March, 2017

Shepherd confirms key ratings appointment

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has appointed Andy Boal as its new head of rating. He will be based in the firm’s Dundee office with a..

March, 2017

MSP checks out Monklands Hospital project progress

COATBRIDGE and Chryston MSP Fulton MacGregor has met with apprentices at the site of the £19 million theatre refurbishment project at..

March, 2017

Cattle ‘flyover’ in contention for top industry award

A ‘flyover’ for cattle is in the frame for a top industry award. Perthshire-based firm Bell Ingram Design teamed up with the..

March, 2017

A Sunny outlook for proposed £100m Angus development

PLANS have been lodged for a new £100 million mixed use development in Montrose, Angus. Developers said the proposed housing, retail..

March, 2017

New stats reveal “modest” dip in Scottish construction output

NEW figures have revealed a "modest decline" in the output generated by the Scottish construction sector from £14.7 billion in 2015 to..

March, 2017

Graduates dive in at the deep end for charity

FIVE big-hearted BAM Construction graduates have been raising cash for charity by taking part in a swim-a-thon challenge. Each year..

March, 2017