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25/08/2016

Robertson Group has been appointed main contractor on a new multi-million pound development in Aberdeen. The appointment was made by UK property developer and Aberdeen City Council's joint venture partner, Henry Boot Developments. The contract, to develop Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre, w
25/08/2016

The Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse, has officially opened RWE Innogy UK's latest run-of-river hydro scheme in Scotland. Board members from the British Hydropower Association, contractors and members of the local community joined other guests on a tour of the 3 megawat
25/08/2016

Plans have been approved to develop a sports and health facility at the University of Strathclyde. The £33 million Sport, Health and Wellbeing facility will transform the University's facilities in a new, state-of-the-art building on Cathedral Street in the heart of Glasgow. It will include a six-
25/08/2016

Construction work has started on a new £50 million education facility in North Ayrshire. Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science cut the first turf at the new Largs Campus site. Ms Somerville was joined at the sod-cutting by young people from the s
25/08/2016

The Executive Committee of Glasgow City Council (GCC) has approved grant agreements to regenerate areas and communities along both sides of the Forth and Clyde canal on the north side of the city centre. The grant agreements - with Scottish Canals and BIGG Regeneration - will help deliver funding w
25/08/2016

The Minister for Employability and Training, James Hepburn, has attended an event at a GRAHAM Construction project in Glasgow to hear about the future of Scotland's building industry. MSP Hepburn met and spoke with nine young people working on GRAHAM's Bath Street student accommodation development
24/08/2016

Construction firm Robertson has completed restoration work on a community landmark in Aberdeen. Seaton's Totem Pole, a colourful wild-west themed structure, was restored following concerns it was falling into disrepair. Robertson managed the excavation and re-planting of the pole. Before being re
24/08/2016

A park in Dumfries has won a green flag award. Keep Scotland Beautiful announced that Dock Park was one of a number of parks from across Scotland to be presented with a Green Flag Award 2016. The award recognises high standards and provision of quality outdoor space. Councillor Colin Smyth, chairm
24/08/2016

The Ayrshire Roads Alliance is to carry out essential maintenance work on the A71 this weekend. On Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August the firm will be working on barrier repairs, gully clearing, grass cutting, road sweeping and litter picking. The works will be carried out between 6am and 3pm from t
24/08/2016

Architects plans for the new St Peter's House in the Orkney Islands are to go on display on Thursday, 25 August, for two weeks. The plans by Glasgow-based Young and Gault Architects are to replace the current 32-bed facility with a modern 40-bed one at Garson West. The plans can be viewed at the C
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