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Pupils bury time capsule following refurbishment of Forth Bridge

NORTH Queensferry Primary School pupils have helped Balfour Beatty and Network Rail bury a time capsule at the Forth Bridge. It comes after the picnic...

Scottish CLF turns attention to ‘transformation’ of construction sector

THE Scottish Construction Leadership Forum (CLF) has announced it is turning its focus towards a 'comprehensive and durable transformation' of the sector for the...

Thomas & Adamson appointed to town centre regeneration project

THOMAS & Adamson has landed a key role in the £150 million regeneration of Crawley’s town centre. As the project enters its final phase, the...

Online platform launched to help improve mobile digital connectivity

A project designed to accelerate mobile digital connectivity across Scotland has reached a major milestone with the launch of an online platform showing locations...

Contractor to be announced for £3.6m Dundee young persons’ home build

DUNDEE City Council is set to announce the contractor for the build of a new £3.6 million young persons' home on Wednesday (July 6). A...

Gillespie Macandrew adds experienced construction lawyer to its ranks

LAW firm Gillespie Macandrew has announced the appointment of experienced construction lawyer Ross Taylor to the partnership. He joins from Wright Johnston & Mackenzie and...

Former PM opens new Lochgelly landscaping display

A Fife-based building materials supplier has announced it celebrated its 'continuous success' with the opening of a hard landscaping display by former Prime Minister...

Design process moves forward on Bishopbriggs public realm ambitions

WORK is gathering pace on the Bishopbriggs Public Realm Plan to help shape the future of the town centre. The project has been hailed a...

Scotland’s railway set for £120m electrification investment

MORE than £120 million of Scottish Government funding is to be invested into boosting the electrification of the country's railway network. Network Rail said that...

Lifeboat tribute forms part of new Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme

A sculpture commemorating the lifeboat service has been unveiled as part of the £15.5 million Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme. The public artwork, at Beach...

Proposals sought for former Brodick terminal building

CALEDONIAN Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) is inviting proposals to transform the former terminal building at Brodick, after the original project became 'unviable'. Following the completion...

Community benefits agreement marks milestone moment in Bangour Village plans

THE redevelopment of Bangour Village has reached a major milestone after Ambassador Group and West Lothian Council agreed 'key' community benefits as part of...

Stonehaven firm begins works on Aberdeen’s South College Street

WM Donald has started works on Aberdeen City Council's South College Street junction improvements project. The local authority said the works will improve traffic flow...

Innovative housing model takes off in the Highlands

FOUR families who work for local businesses in and around Aviemore have moved into new homes, thanks to a partnership between Highland Council, HHA...

Glasgow firm recruits new apprentice plumbers

GLASGOW-based Alexander Group has appointed three apprentice plumbers. Declan Gallagher, Kieran Malone and Liam Edgar will undertake class-based training at Glasgow Clyde College’s Cardonald campus,...

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Looking to the future to create new homes of tomorrow

By Steven Simpson, MD of Cruden Homes (East) Just last month Cruden Homes was amongst the winners at the annual Homes for Scotland Awards. Awards...

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