We are very excited to announce our success in securing the Structural and Civil Engineering services for an exciting new University of Edinburgh Development which will see the A listed Surgical Hospital, in the former Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh transformed. Along with Project Managers, Faithful and Gould, Architects, Bennett’s Associates and Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Atkins, we are looking forward to delivering what will be one of our most prestigious projects to date.
The building will be sensitively restored and bring together different strands of the University’s cutting-edge activities from across the arts, humanities, sciences and social science.
Built in 1879 to architect David Bryce’s Scots Baronial design, the building on Lauriston Place has historical links with the University. Generations of students from Edinburgh’s Medical School trained at the Royal Infirmary before the hospital moved to the south of the city in 2003. It is now part of the Quartermile Development.