SCOTTISH HOME AWARDS 2019 - WINNER

HOUSING REGENERATION PROJECT OF THE YEAR

HOME FOR SCOTLAND AWARDS 2019 - WINNER

AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

CHARTERED INSITUTE OF HOUSING SCOTLAND EXCELLENCE AWARDS - WINNER (2018)

EXCELLENCE IN REGENERATION AWARD

GLASGOW INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS - COMMENDED (2018)

Development at Anderston Regeneration, Glasgow

The development at Anderston, Glasgow consists of new build units over 5 phases and demolition of existing multi storey blocks.  Each of the five phases features a different aesthetic created by various Project Architects. 

The structures for all phases utilise a hybrid construction of four storeys timber frame construction and two storeys of traditional masonry construction, supported on concrete reinforced ground beams and piled foundation solution.

SCOTTISH HOME AWARDS 2018 – WINNER 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR (PRIVATE SALE)

HOME FOR SCOTLAND AWARDS 2018 - COMMENDATION (HIGH DENTISTY URBAN) 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

Harvesters Way, Wester Hailes, Edinburgh

The development at Harvester’s Way, Wester Hailes, Edinburgh is comprised of 183No. residential units of flats and terraced townhouses in 15 blocks and was erected in two phases. 

 

The townhouses are of 3 storey timber frame construction on vibro improved foundations.  The flatted blocks vary from 4 to 6 storeys of traditional precast concrete and masonry construction to the lower floors and timber frame to the upper floors, on piled foundations.

 

 

SCOTTISH HOME AWARDS 2018 –SHORTLIST 

PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR - LARGE

RENOVATION OF THE YEAR

Varcity North, Edinburgh

 Telford North in Edinburgh is a development of 6/7 storey new build apartments and 3-storey apartments set within the refurbished envelope of the former Telford College campus. The buildings are formed from loadbearing masonry with suspended pre-cast concrete floors. Isolated steelwork elements provide resistance to disproportionate collapse mechanisms within the structural frame. The new build elements of the development were designed with sections of curved staircores to reflect the detailing of the original building and the roofs were designed such that none of the service features at roof level would be visible from street level. The design of the refurbishment element was carried out to respect and enhance the unique features of the former college building including bespoke cantilever entrance features, curved internal feature walls and various elements of internal finishes.

 

The new access roads around the development were designed in accordance with City of Edinburgh adoptable standards and the drainage systems were designed in accordance with Sewers for Scotland for adoption by Scottish Water upon completion.

RICS AWARD – COMMUNITY BENEFIT – SPECIAL COMMENDATION (2017)

Development at Kelty Community Centre

 This development was for the construction of community use facility, including Games Hall, Library, Kitchen facilities and two classroom extension and provision of 4G sports pitch.   The structure is formed from a hybrid of cross laminated timber and glulam frame and SBA were appointed by specialist contractor to provide design services for these elements also including temporary stability and temporary support requirements.

RICS SCOTLAND AWARDS – SHORTLISTED (2014)

Development at Business Centre, Lochgelly

 This development was new build three storey building with basement plant room to provide office accommodation for business incubator units.  It is of braced steel frame construction with precast concrete floor. Foundations are a combination of mass concrete pads and a reinforced concrete raft slab to the tanked basement plant room.

 

The building incorporates the first use of the Tarmac ‘Termodek’ system in Scotland. This system uses the thermal

mass of the precast floor slabs for healing and cooling. The exposed concrete releases heat to, or absorbs heat from, the air passing through the cores.

 

The external walls use the low‐energy Thermalex construction system which is comprised of vertically spanning aluminum studs, internal cement particle sheathing boards, several layers of insula􀆟on and rainscreen cladding.

 

The second floor conference room has a curved feature wall formed from large reconstituted stone panels supported.

The structural beams in this area are curved box sections which support the can􀆟levered glazed breakout area.

RICS SCOTLAND AWARDS – DESIGN & INNOVATION AWARD – WINNER (2013)

GREEN BUSINESS FIFE ENERGY AWARD – WINNER (2013)

HOME FOR SCOTLAND AWARD – BEST GREEN INITIATIVE – COMMENDED (2013)

GREEN APPLE AWARD (2012)

SCOTTISH HOME AWARDS - SMALL AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR – SHORTLISTED (2012)

FIFE PARTNERSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD – SHORTLISTED (2012)

VIBES AWARD – WINNER (2012)

Development at Housing Innovation Showcase, Dunlin Drive, Dunfermline

This development comprises 26 houses and cottage flats was the test bed for 10 differing forms of Modern Methods of Construction ranging from full modular building finished in the factory to insulated formwork with plain concrete walls.  Specialist system such as SIPS, Closed Panel pre finished breathing wall solution were also used.  As engineers for the Project we were involed in the detail design and SER Certification of the various approaches adopted in site.  Please go to HIS website (www.housinginnovationshowcase.co.uk) for further information.

NATIONAL GREEN CHAMPION (2012)

GREEN APPLE AWARD (2011)

The Kingdom House for Kingdom Housing Association

This project delivered the first passive house in Scotland for affordable rent in Scotland.  Built using highly insulated modern offsite

fabricated timber frame system, the house was erected in one day.  The renewable technologies include solar panels, photovoltaic

panels and air source heat pump.

HERALD PROPERTY AWARDS FOR SCOTLAND - BEST REGENERATION PROJECT – WINNER (2011)

Development at Linwood Regeneration, Renfrewshire

Demolition of multi storey flatted blocks and regeneration across 7 No. sites.  Included within the project was the development of a highly contaminated brownfield site necessitating bio-remediation and vacuum extraction works prior to the new build commencing.

DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION AWARDS - KINGDOM HOUSING ASSOCIATION (2009)

 “Member of Partnering Team for Highly Commended Projects”

“Member of Partnering Team for Winning Projects”

CIVIC TRUST AWARD (1995)

New Fishmarket, Pittenweem, Fife

Recognised for Special Mention for the contribution to the improvement of the environment. The works involved the refurbishment of an existing three storey ice house and new construction of the main fish market in a high conservation area.

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