2015 is shaping up to be a year of growth for RLF Scotland, with over £400 million of Cost and Project Management Consultancy projects being delivered with Lingfield Developments, Taylor Clark, BAM Properties, Drum Property Group, Dunbartonshire Council, Glasgow City Council, Aberdeen City Council and the University of Glasgow.
Key projects include Atlantic Square which is 280,000 sq. ft. of office space in the International Financial Services District in Glasgow, creating one of the largest office developments in the city; £15m new Clydebank Leisure Centre for Dunbartonshire Council and £61.5m of new Care Homes for Glasgow City Council.
RLF was established in 1874 in Glasgow as a Quantity Surveying practice. Over the decades the business grew, moved to different office locations around the city and had various name changes. In 1994 the practice merged with LA Francis, London to become Robinson Low Francis.
Dorothy Robertson joined RLF in 1996 as a Quantity Surveyor and, through her career progression, became Managing Partner of the Glasgow office in 2007. The Glasgow office has a team of 18, turnover of £1m and specialises in Cost and Project Management services on projects across Scotland.