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Scottish Water announces £5m project to reduce sewer flooding in Annan

SCOTTISH Water has announced a £5 million project to improve Annan's wastewater network and help reduce sewer flooding at times of heavy rainfall. The statutory...
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Kier to deliver £40m education campus

HUB South West Scotland has appointed Kier Construction to deliver a £40m project which will see the creation of a new education campus in the...

Forth Road Bridge to reopen to all vehicles

THE Forth Road Bridge is to fully reopen to all vehicles at 11pm on Saturday February 20. The bridge was closed in early December after...

Materials donation is scrum-thing else in Musselburgh

MUSSELBURGH Rugby Football Club (RFC) has completed the build of a three-room storage unit following a donation of building materials from CALA Homes (East). The...

Silver lining for Morrison project manager

MORRISON Construction project manager David Wright was honoured at the Construction Manager of the Year Awards with a silver medal for his work on the...

“Outstanding” Edinburgh affordable homes ahead of schedule

WORK to deliver 43 affordable homes in a "high-demand" part of Edinburgh is said to be ahead of schedule. Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA)...

CSIC helps Scots firms realise BIM opportunities

CONSTRUCTION Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) has launched a free e-learning platform to help firms improve their BIM knowledge. Launched as part of CSIC’s BIM in...

Historic Dundee site set to welcome new hotels

TWO new hotels will be built in Dundee as part of a restoration project at the former Baxter Brothers jute mill. The disused Bell Mill...

Bridge in Glasgow city centre to undergo £3.8m repairs works

NETWORK Rail is to begin £3.8 million repair works on a rail bridge spanning the A8 at Saltmarket in Glasgow city centre. The 12-month project,...

Highlands looks to become ‘centre of expertise’ for renewables industry

THE Highlands is seeking to retain skills in the area through a new £2 million investment in green energy and accompanying jobs. It is hoped...

Aberdeenshire firm begins build of 536 Bridge of Don homes

BANCON has commenced work on the build 536 new homes in the Bridge of Don area of Aberdeen. The works form part of Aberdeen City...
Does the quality of the educational environment matter? James Dick is firmly in the ‘yes’ camp.

Lessons to be learned from school design

Does the quality of the educational environment matter? James Dick is firmly in the ‘yes’ camp. JUST recall your own experience of life at school...

Improved differential movement sealed with ISO BLOCO T-Max

ADVERTORIAL IMPROVED compensation of differential movement in timber frame structures is provided by ISO-BLOCO T-Max from construction foam tape specialists, ISO Chemie. Designed for multi-storey timber...
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Public to have its say on Hunterston masterplan

PEEL Ports has outlined its vision for the port and industrial centre at Hunterston - and is urging North Ayrshire residents and businesses to have...

Aggregate Industries recognised for supporting armed forces personnel with employment opportunities

CONSTRUCTION materials supplier Aggregate Industries has received the Silver Employment Recognition Scheme (ERS) award by the Ministry of Defence as a result of the...

Property firm’s marketing approach goes viral

AN Edinburgh-based property investment firm has adopted an innovative approach to marketing a vacant sight in the city's Sighthill area. SRA Ventures, in conjunction with property...

Green light for new football stadium build in Glasgow

PLANS by Queens Park FC to transform its Lesser Hampden training ground into a 'fully functioning' stadium have been approved by Glasgow City Council. The...

New campaign calls for planners to take key role in Covid-19 recovery

THE Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has launched a national campaign calling on governments across the UK and Ireland to put planners at the...

Flooring contractor sets sights on growth after major investment

SPECIALIST flooring contractor Advanced Traditional Screeding (ATS) has announced it is investing £500,000 in a new division to offer an insulation system tipped to...

Housebuilder to pass National Insurance savings onto employees

THE Springfield Group has announced it will gift its own National Insurance savings to its 898 employees, following confirmation the UK Government will reverse...