We have an enviable reputation for providing quality Clerk of Works services on Scotland's historic building projects. We have considerable expertise in monitoring:
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National Museums of Scotland/National Trust for Scotland
£9M new build for NMS and NTS. Includes a traditional slate roof, timber cladding and concrete frame to give the appearance and feel of a working barn. The building houses the National Collection of Agriculture and Country Life which ranges from oil paintings and costume to the largest collection of Combine Harvesters in Europe.
Glasgow Women’s Library/Clyde Gateway
£800K Upgrade of a Grade B listed building to construct a new external lift tower with artwork cladding to establish DDA compliant access. Internally, a new secure archive store and repairs to the existing fabric were carried out.
£8M Alteration to a Grade A listed building in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town to create a new basement and six floors of retail and office space. An internal concrete frame allowed a new configuration of the building with modern services and a high quality fit out.
Church of Scotland/Historic Scotland
£3.5M redevelopment of John Knox’s House and adjacent arts centre on Edinburgh’s iconic “Royal Mile” to provide accessible arts and performance venue. The Grade A listed building uses a range of traditional and modern materials to provide large public, retail, cafe and office spaces.
City of Edinburgh Council/Historic Scotland
£2.6M restoration of one of Scotland’s iconic buildings (and the largest monument to a writer anywhere in the world). We monitored stone cleaning and structure refurbishment as well as working with client and contractors to effectively manage work on this extremely busy city centre site.
Edinburgh City Council
£9.3M restoration of Edinburgh’s famous Georgian Assembly Rooms. Complete upgrade of Grade A listed 18th century building structure and interiors along with installation of new internal services and facilities.
£20M Refurbishment and redevelopment of six Grade A listed townhouses featuring neoclassical façades designed by 18th century architect Robert Adam. Four separate offices were created within the historic buildings and a contemporary extension was added to the rear of the properties to create an internal courtyard and three storey office.
£6M Conversion and refurbishment of the former Maryhill Police Station, Fire Station and Burgh Hall into new, accessible offices, cafe, recording studios and nursery. The original decoration of the hall included twenty stained glass window panels by Stephen Adam – these were removed from the hall in the 1960’s when the building was in a state of disrepair. Ten stained glass panels have been reinstated as part of the refurbishment project.
£5M conversion/renovation of three town houses in Edinburgh’s New Town. The buildings were re-modelled with new services and improved access, while retaining all the features of the gracious listed buildings.