Stobhill Mental Health Facility

Congratulations to Keppie Design and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde /hub West Scotland on their award win at Scottish Design Awards 2021. Project: Elgin & Appin Ward (Stobhill Mental Health Estate) won the award for Architecture: Health Building.

Thomas & Adamson were delighted to provide board site monitoring services on this fantastic project.

Well done.
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https://2021.scottishdesignawards.com/architecture-health-building-or-project/elgin-appin-ward-stobhill-mental-health-estate/

Thomas & Adamson client BIGG Regeneration has completed a strategic land deal at Dundashill. The deal secures a new stage of residential development at the 100 acre site in Glasgow.

The project masterplan outlines proposals for 600 urban and custom housing. Alongside ground improvement and remediation, the establishment of an extensive framework of woodland planting across the site (3000+ trees), integrated with a network of new public spaces, streets and footpaths, all with the aim of encouraging walking, cycling, urban play and urban rest.

Having provided cost management services to Scottish Canals on the award winning enabling works completed in 2020, Thomas & Adamson are delighted to be continuing this role in support of BIGG Regeneration in the next phase of this ambitious regeneration of the former Diageo distillery site.

Read article in full: https://www.insider.co.uk/news/strategic-land-deal-unlocks-next-24477945?utm_source=linkCopy&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebar

Cardhu Visitor Experience

Thomas & Adamson are delighted to have provided project management and cost management services for client Diageo, in the delivery of Cardhu Distillery new visitor centre.

Ann MacLean, project manager lead said ‘the completion of a project is always an exciting milestone and certainly with the challenges of the last year, has been a major achievement. It has been a joy to visit and work on this unique visitor experience,’

The project consisted of the redevelopment of the existing brand home into a unique visitor experience in Speysid Cardhu Visitor Experiencee, home of Johnnie Walker.

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Seamab is a charity, based in Rumbling Bridge, Kinross, that provides care and education for children from across Scotland that have more complex needs and require specialised intensive support. Children arrive at Seamab any age between 5 and 13 and stay for the amount of time that is right for them.

Not every child feels protected, loved and safe, but Seamab believes that every child should have a childhood where they feel safe, accepted and happy. Up to 21 children go to school at Seamab, with up to 15 children in residential placements around a mile away. The school was built in the early 1980’s as a residential property and despite the team working hard to make the most of the setting, the facilities are no longer fit for purpose. The Seamab board believe that it is important for the children to have a purpose built school providing a therapeutic learning environment to help the children achieve their dreams.

Alastair Wallace, Senior Partner at Thomas & Adamson is donating his to time to project managing the new school, said ‘it’s harrowing to hear some of the stories that young innocent children experience in their lives; every child deserve a place they feel safe and protected. The Seamab team are committed to providing a therapeutic and nurturing environment for children from difficult backgrounds. It is a privilege and humbling to be part of this incredible team to deliver this urgently needed school and home.’

Congratulations to Scott Castle FCIOB, Director at Thomas & Adamson who has been appointed a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

Well done from everyone at Thomas & Adamson.

Scott Castle, Director at Thomas & Adamson and Chair Northern Hub of The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), was delighted to welcome Mark Beard, CIOB President during his recent visit to Scotland.

CIOB members attended a socially distanced round table discussion at Thomas & Adamson new Edinburgh offices.

As restrictions start to ease and we commence our ‘new way of working’, we are pleased to announce the completion of our new Edinburgh and Glasgow offices.

The new Edinburgh office is located at 13 Lister Square in the iconic Quartermile; whilst the Glasgow office is in the heart of the city on the top floor of Libertas House. Both offices have been designed to be open plan, modern, fresh, social spaces for staff, clients, and peers to collaborate.

Alastair Wallace, Senior Partner said ‘we are delighted with our new innovative, spacious working environments, which our amazing industry friends (Form Design Consultants Ltd, Scotwood Interiors Limited, GM Projects (Scotland) Ltd, DATEL INTERIORS LIMITED, CuthbertWhite, Balfour+Manson LLP) have turned our vision into reality. Our new spaces have been designed in conjunction with our business modernisation project and supports our continued journey of moving forward with our staff wellbeing at the forefront of our business. The end results have far exceeded our expectations and we thank our suppliers for their hard work and dedication to deliver our vision, to create these incredible spaces, which we are looking forward to showcasing to staff and clients shortly.’