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New procurement competition announced for Tomatin to Moy project following ‘disappointing’ outcome

TRANSPORT Scotland has confirmed a new procurement competition will begin for the Tomatin to Moy section of the A9 dualling project following a 'disappointing'...

Historic Glasgow railway bridge finds new home in Brechin

A new permanent home has been found for a historic Glasgow footbridge removed from the city's railway last month. The 146-year-old 'icon' connected Darnley Road...

Scottish Water workers lauded for response to major Milngavie incident

SCOTTISH Water’s customer service general manager has heaped praise on his colleagues for their response to the recent burst of a Victorian water main...

Government urged not to ditch working at height regulations

LEADING scaffolding trade bodies have urged the UK Government not to scrap or relax Working at Height Regulations. The Revocation and Reform Bill which is...

Growing access specialist floats a move into Scottish market

A growing start-up business, which provides a floating access solution for work being carried out above water, has revealed it is looking to break...

A sustainable future for post-war buildings

By Martin Jarvie, architect associate with BDP (Building Design Partnership) WE are in the middle of a renaissance for Scotland’s post-war buildings. As designers, we...

Ellon housebuilder posts increased profit and turnover

ELLON-based housebuilder Scotia Homes has reported a 16% increase in operating profit to £4.4 million for the year ended 30 June 2022.  Turnover was...

Commercial property sector witnesses fierce resilience

By Anna Reed, data director at EG FROM the new 220,000 sq. ft headquarters of Scottish Power to the flagship St Vincent Plaza development, the...

Prepare now for expiry of your PFI contract

Kirsti Olson, partner at Dentons and construction law expert, explains what to be aware of regarding the expiry of your PFI contract, and why...

Environment has become a ‘core driver’ in building design

HARLEY Haddow’s senior sustainability engineer has praised industry for the way it has instilled change and stepped up to play its part in the...

Recruitment and training remain vital to keep pace with construction demand

SCOTLAND’S construction sector is well placed to benefit from a strong pipeline of projects, but employers will have to grapple with an increasingly competitive...

Green light for mixed-use scheme in Glasgow’s Merchant City 

PROPOSALS for a new mixed-use development in Glasgow’s Merchant City, featuring homes and commercial spaces, have been approved by Glasgow City Council, subject to...

Deanestor completes £1.8m Winchburgh Campus furniture and fit-out contract

DUNFERMLINE-based furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has completed a £1.8 million contract for Morrison Construction at the new Winchburgh Campus in West Lothian. The project...

Housebuilder extends partnership with Samaritans

CALA Homes has announced that it is extending its partnership with national suicide prevention charity, Samaritans, for a fourth year. The firm said that the...

Build of modular housing development underway in North Ayrshire

CONNECT Modular has commenced work on the development of new council homes in North Ayrshire. Part of the Wee House Group, the firm revealed it...

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A sustainable future for post-war buildings

By Martin Jarvie, architect associate with BDP (Building Design Partnership) WE are in the middle of a renaissance for Scotland’s post-war buildings. As designers, we...

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