SOME of Scotland’s most impressive recent building projects have been shortlisted for the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Awards 2022.
Winners of the regional awards will be announced virtually in May, with the event set to showcase the most inspirational achievements in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure.
The Scotland shortlisted entries include St Andrews Links Trust’s new HQ New Pilmour House, the University of Stirling’s Campus Central, and The Great Tapestry of Scotland Gallery in Galashiels.
The entries are shortlisted across five categories – Commercial Development, Heritage, Community Benefit, Public Sector, and Residential. Companies still have the opportunity to enter an additional four categories – to be judged nationally – and have until 29th April to submit their entry.
Chair of the RICS Awards judging panel, Colin Smith MRICS, said, “Despite much uncertainty and challenging conditions over the past couple of years, property professionals in Scotland continue to deliver exemplary, and in many cases, world-class built projects that are having a profoundly positive impact on our cities and towns. I wish the teams behind them all the best of luck in gaining recognition for their skills and hard work.”
Scotland’s entries shortlisted for the awards are:
- St Andrews Links Trust HQ – New Pilmour House, St Andrews Link (Commercial Development, Public Sector)
- University of Stirling Campus Central, Stirling (Commercial Development)
- A9 Dualling Luncarty to Pass of Birnam, Luncarty (Community Benefit)
- Merkinch Primary School and Family Centre, Merkinch (Community Benefit)
- Provost Skene’s House, Aberdeen (Heritage)
- Greenock Health & Care Centre, Greenock (Public Sector Project)
- The Great Tapestry of Scotland Gallery, Galashiels (Public Sector Project)
- 33 Spylaw Road, Edinburgh (Residential Project)
- Canonmills Garden, Edinburgh (Residential Project)