hub North Scotland has achieved national recognition after being shortlisted in two categories in the GO Awards Scotland.
The organisation is up for the sustainability and corporate social responsibility initiative award as well as the team of the year prize.
Angus Macfarlane, hub North Scotland chief executive said, “To be finalists in two categories is a wonderful endorsement of the expertise, dedication and commitment of our entire team. We set very high standards and always look to build on our achievements to date, something which the GO Awards Scotland nominations recognise.
“From our board of directors through to our personnel on the ground, working on a diverse range of projects throughout the north of Scotland, there is a common goal to ensure hub North Scotland leads the way in the delivery of community facilities.”
hub North Scotland is the delivery partner for a number of major projects including the new Alford Community Campus, Wick Community Campus, Brimmond School in Aberdeen and Inverness Royal Academy. The organisation is also delivering the new £55.75million Anderson High School and halls of residence in Shetland.
The winners be announced at a ceremony in Glasgow next month.