Red letter day for new Glasgow office development

ROBERTSON has completed construction on a new office development for Clyde Gateway in the east end of Glasgow.

The Red Tree Magenta building – located in Magenta Office Park – has more than 40,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space and has been designed to support SMEs in a variety of sectors including media and engineering.

It is the third Red Tree incubator in the Clyde Gateway area, with two already in place at Rutherglen and Bridgeton, and the first to be a complete new-build.

Ed Parry, managing director of Robertson Central West said, “This is a crucial element of the wider regeneration of the Shawfield area and will make a significant difference to local people and businesses. The building itself is of the highest quality and a shining example of a modern working environment that prioritises the wellbeing of its tenants. It has been a pleasure to work with Clyde Gateway on such an important project and we look forward to collaborating again in the future.”

The project, delivered by Robertson in partnership with Willmott Dixon, was procured through Scape’s National Major Works framework. Victoria Brambini, managing director at Scape Procure added, “The Red Tree Magenta building represents another significant milestone in the Clyde Gateway regeneration. The project will provide an outstanding state-of-the-art facility for SMEs, who enrich local economies and are vital to delivering sector growth and innovation. In addition, it has created a number of local apprenticeships, providing opportunities for local people to learn valuable skills.”