Business Unit Director
“Our experienced Scottish team of engineers reflect Edinburgh’s eclectic mix of architecture by delivering solutions which are innovative, unique, dynamic and, when required, even traditional! With a presence in Scotland for several decades, we’re known for our understanding of local markets and how these influence the needs of our clients, particularly in the public sector where we have vast experience. It’s through this diversity of knowledge that we are able to deliver the best solutions for our clients, which I believe will lead to our continued growth across all sectors.”
Janice Smith, Business Unit Director
Unfortunately, due to a stepped entrance down to the main entrance, our office in Edinburgh is not currently wheelchair accessible. We would be pleased to meet you at a different location should you require any adjustments.
If you have any further questions or would like us to help you plan your visit, please contact our team and we would be happy to support you.
Train: We’re closest to Haymarket train station, which connects to Edinburgh Waverley.
Bus: Our nearest bus stop is on Drumsheugh Place and connects to Edinburgh Waverley with a bus every 20 minutes.
Tram: Haymarket tram stop is 0.7 miles away and offers regular connections across the city.
Car: There is a JustPark multi-storey on Young Street, 0.5 miles from our office.
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A Hub for the Kings Buildings Campus and forms the primary element in the redevelopment of the Campus site. The building accommodates a mixture of lecture theatres, cafe/dining, study and laboratories over 4 levels.
Restoration and retrofitting to one of the oldest buildings on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
180-bed hotel and championship golf course on a former farm site.
Refurbishment and fit-out of a commercial office space in Saltire Court for KPMG.
An extra care accomodation facility in Edinburgh, housing people with phyiscal disabilities and challanging behaviour, the project also included staff accomodation.
165 Student residence near Haymarket Station Edinburgh.
After the Learning Places Scotland Conference, Julie Henderson - BD Manager for Scotland - reflects on the impact the spaces we design have on their users, through insight and thoughts shared by pupils and teaching staff during the two-day event.
Our team in Scotland have seen three of their projects awarded Silver at the Scottish Design Awards 2023.
Early project engagement in lower embodied carbon solutions was the topic of conversation our recent event on ‘Measuring and Reducing Embodied Carbon in Construction’; and the message to “use less stuff” was heard loud and clear.