Established in 1966, the Glasgow office has grown through key commissions across the private and public sectors. Within the city itself our team has helped shape the skyline and drive innovation in new buildings such as the SEC Hydro, 177 Bothwell Street, Cadworks, JP Morgan’s Argyle Street and the University of Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC).
Key projects that have helped preserve the heritage of Glasgow include the Burrell Collection Museum, Kelvin Hall Redevelopment, Parkhead School and West Boathouse.
Elsewhere in Scotland our Glasgow team has established strong portfolios of work in the education, industrial, pharmaceutical, residential/BTR/student accommodation, leisure, infrastructure, healthcare, retail and mixed-use sectors.
Our Glasgow team has been responsible for many 'firsts' - we are leading the UK's first vertical launch facility at Sutherland Spaceport and delivered Scotland’s first large-scale water source heat pump scheme of its kind at Queen’s Quay.
We thrive on delivering pioneering projects and continually strive to maximise sustainable benefits to the environment, local economy, skill base and communities where we work.
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