Our awards

Advocate’s Close, Edinburgh – Redevelopment

– Winner of RICS Award 2015 for “Best Building”
– Winner of RICS Award 2015 for “Best Regeneration”
– Winner of RICS Award 2015 for “Best Redevelopment”
– Winner of RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award 2014
– Winner of RIAS Award 2014
– Winner – Scottish Design Award 2014 – Regeneration Category
– Winner of Development of the Year (Commercial Buildings) at the Scottish Property Awards 2014
– Highly Commended in City Regeneration Project of the Year Category at the Scottish Property Awards 2014
– Received Commendation at the Saltire Society’s Awards for Civil Engineering 2013 for Structural Design & Conservation

Balmwell Terrace, Edinburgh

– Shortlisted for the Saltire Society Housing Awards

Castle Park Cemetery, Edinburgh

– Awarded Commendation at the Scottish Design Awards 2014

Castlebrae Business Park, Edinburgh

– Awarded Community Development of the Year (Sponsored by The Scotsman) at the Scottish Property Awards 2017

City Chambers, Edinburgh

– Awarded Commendation at the Scottish Design Awards 2010

Clyde Gate, Clydebank

– Shortlisted for the Scottish Design Awards 2010
– Winner of Roses Bronze Award 2009

Craigton Road, Glasgow
New Community Healthcare Partnership HQ for Glasgow City Council

– RSA Gold Medal 2008

Dean Art Gallery, Edinburgh

– Chosen and published in “Scotland’s 100 Best New Buildings”

Fettes College, Edinburgh: New Preparatory School

– Shortlisted for the Scottish Design Awards 2010
– Winner of Glasgow Institute of Architecture Award 2009 (Education Category)

Fettes College, Edinburgh: Spens Building

– Winner of Scottish Design Awards 2017 (Education Category)

Gracemount 21C Housing, Edinburgh

– Received Commendation at the Saltire Housing Awards 2014 –  Large Scale Housing Development
– Best Partnership in Affordable Housing Delivery 2014

Greendykes C, Craigmillar, Edinburgh

– Nominated for Best Partnership in Affordable Housing Delivery at the Homes for Scotland Awards 2015

James Gillespie High School, Edinburgh

– Winner of Architectural Excellence at the Scottish Property Awards 2017
– Winner of RIAS award 2017
– Winner of Development of the Year (Public Buildings) sponsored by BRE Scotland
– Winner of Architectural Excellence Award (Public Buildings) sponsored by Wolffe
– Nominated for Scottish Design Awards 2017 (Education Category)

Keathbank Mill, Blairgowrie: Residential Redevelopment

– ASA Gold Medal Award

Lochend, Urban Eden

– Commendation – Homes for Scotland 2017 Awards (Private Development of the Year – Medium Category)

Mackenzie Place, Edinburgh – Allotment Pavilion

– Nominated for an RIAS Award 2014 (announced 5th June 2014)

Military Tattoo Ticket Office, Edinburgh Castle

– Chosen and published in “Scotland’s 100 Best New Buildings”

Mitchell Street, Edinburgh: Affordable Housing

– Awarded “High Commendation”, Saltire Housing Awards 2009

National Museum of Rural Life, East Kilbride

– Glasgow Institute of Architecture Award
– Scottish Design Award: Grand Prix Class

Quartermile, Edinburgh

– Nominated – RICS Award 2013 (Regeneration Category)
– Nominated for Scottish Home Award 2012 (Architectural Excellence & City Apartment of the Year, Conversion of the Year Awards)

Saltcoats Town Hall

– Nominated – Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) Awards (Conservation Category)
– Winner – Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning (Place Category)

Scotsman Steps, Edinburgh – Refurbishment

– Nominated – RICS Award 2013 (Building Conservation, Regeneration and Infrastructure Categories)
– Winner – RIAS Award 2012
– Winner – Civic Trust Award 2012
– Winner – Scottish Design Awards 2012 (Regeneration Category)

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

– Winner – RICS Award 2013 ‘Scottish Project of the Year’
– •Winner – RICS Award 2013 (Building Conservation Category)
– Nominated – RICS Award 2013 (Tourism & Leisure Category)
– Winner – Low Carbon Building Award 2013
– Winner – Civic Trust Award 2013
– Winner – RIBA Award 2012
– Winner – RIAS Award 2012
– Winner – Scottish Design Awards 2012 – Leisure/Cultural Building or Project Category
– Shortlisted for Arts Fund Prize 2012
– Shortlisted for Doolan Prize 2012

Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick

– Winner – Sir Robert Grieve Award – Regeneration of Scotland 2000
– Winner – Civic Trust Awards
– Shortlisted in the 2000 EAA – Silver Medal Award
– Chosen and published in “Scotland’s 100 Best New Buildings”

Stockbridge Artist’s Studio, Edinburgh

– ASA Listed Building 2008

Sugarhouse Close, Edinburgh

– Commendation – Civic Trust Awards 2014
– Commendation – Scottish Design Awards 2013 (Regeneration Category)
– Commendation – Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning 2013

Tron Square Nursery, Edinburgh

– British Construction Industry Awards – Small Project Award 2003
– Edinburgh Architectural Association – Silver Medal Winner 2002

Usher Hall, Edinburgh: Phase II Redevelopment

– Short Listed for Scottish Architectural Awards 2011 – (Leisure or Cultural Building)
– Featured in the American Society of Civil Engineers magazine “Civil Engineering”

Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh

– Winner of The Saltire Society Housing Design Award 2012 for Large Scale Housing Development
– Winner of Scottish Home Award 2012 for Large Affordable Housing Development of the Year
– Nominated for Scottish Home Award 2012 for Waterside Development of the Year
– Received a commendation in April 2012 for Building of the Year at the EAA Awards.

West Pilton Avenue, Edinburgh

– Winner of Saltire Award 2015 for Landscape in Housing