SCOTLAND’S most impressive new and regenerated building projects are going head-to-head in the RICS Scotland Awards 2013.
The Forth Rail Bridge, Clyde Gateway Regeneration and The Honours Brassiere in Edinburgh are among the schemes on the shortlist.
Eight category winners and a Project of the Year will be selected from the 36 that remain in the running. The winners from the building conservation, community benefit, design and innovation sectors will then be invited to represent Scotland in the nationwide awards.
Sarah Speirs, director RICS Scotland, said: “The quality of entries received is a testament to the work of property professionals, particularly during these challenging times. There is a great variety of new projects and regenerated developments and I have no doubt it will be a tough judging process.”
The awards ceremony will be held at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh on May 9. The national ceremony will take place in London in October.
Previous winners include the Centre for the Scottish War Blinded in Edinburgh, Galson Business Centre in the Isle of Lewis, St Andrew’s Cathedral (pictured) in Glasgow and Threadneedle Street in Peterhead.