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Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre set for £7.5m upgrade

COWDENBEATH Leisure Centre is to undergo a £7.5 million upgrade which will include an enhanced gym space and improvements to the external façade. The facility's...

Milestone reached on £53m delivery of new Dumfries High School

CONTRACT close has been achieved on the £53 million project to build the new Dumfries High School. Designed by Ryder Architecture, the new school will...

BriggsAmasco honoured for roof installation at historic Shetland lighthouse site

BRIGGSAMASCO is celebrating after earning award recognition for its delivery of a roof installation at a visitor attraction in Shetland. The company was named winner...

Start date confirmed for ‘long-awaited’ Swallow Roundabout work in Dundee

DETAILS for the 'long-awaited' Swallow Roundabout improvements in Dundee have been announced with a start date confirmed for the work. The project will begin on...

Glasgow firm supports development of new heat pump technology

A Glasgow-based energy firm has teamed up with senior figures from across the industry to fund pioneering heat pump technology. Union Technical has provided pre-seed...

Construction trade football tournament at Stamford Bridge goes down to the wire

A penalty shootout decided the Match for Mind tradespeople football tournament at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Six teams of 50 tradespeople competed, with each made...

CIOB launches manifesto ahead of General Election

THE Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has launched its manifesto ahead of the General Election, outlining how a future UK Government can support the...

Award joy for Fife-based housing association

KINGDOM Housing Association has spoken of its pride at being named Home Builder of the Year - Affordable Housing Provider, at the recent Homes...

Peel Ports preparing Hunterston marine yard to support offshore wind sector

PEEL Ports Clydeport has signalled its intention to invest up to £150 million in the redevelopment of the Hunterston marine yard in Ayrshire. Peel Ports...

Advance Grid Solutions names director of engineering

ADVANCE Grid Solutions has appointed Ross Main to the role of director of engineering. A graduate in electrical and electronic engineering, Ross has held senior...

New East Lothian schools begin to take shape

STRUCTURAL steel frames have been installed by Balfour Beatty at the sites of the builds of two new schools in East Lothian. Blindwells and Craighall...

APS announces interim CEO appointment

THE Association for Project Safety (APS) has announced the appointment of Andrew Leslie as interim chief executive. Initially joining as one of the association’s earliest...

Akela Group appoints two new managing directors

AKELA Group has announced two new managing directors of its construction and ground engineering subsidiaries. Robert Ogg has been appointed MD of Akela Construction, while...

John Doherty elected 100th president of SNIPEF

JOHN Doherty has been elected as the 100th president of the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers Federation (SNIPEF). Born in Dumbarton and raised in...

Second round of Collegelands Park consultations to begin

GLASGOW Enlightenment is launching the second round of consultations on its plans for a new £95 million residential and cultural hub in Glasgow ahead...

Award win highlights importance of creating accessible homes

CAMPION Homes has described a recent award win as 'great recognition' of the importance of creating accessible properties. The housebuilder's Primrose Street development in Alloa...

Trio of housebuilders break ground at new Hamilton site

WORK starts this week on 781 new private and social homes for rent at Cornhill Village, Hamilton as Cala Homes (West), Barratt Homes West...

Contract notice published for A9 Dualling: Tay Crossing to Ballinluig project

THE contract notice for the construction of the £155 million A9 Dualling: Tay Crossing to Ballinluig project has been published. This commences procurement of the...

Vegetation to be cleared from 250km of key railway lines

AN extensive programme of tree and vegetation management works is to see 250km of the Edinburgh-Glasgow and Borders railway lines cleared. South Lanarkshire-headquartered QTS has...

Construction trades to compete in football tournament at Stamford Bridge

THE trades that make up the construction sector are set to go head-to-head this weekend at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge stadium in a charity football...