Rodger Brunton attended the formal opening of Heal Physiotherapy’s clinic on Dudhope Terrace, Dundee. And later on, in a road race organised by the clinic to mark the occasion, our own Frances Strachan ran an finished with a creditable PB.
As part of the ongoing re submission for the flatted development on King Street, Broughty Ferry, we have been asked to prepare additional images. These have been submitted for comment.
We have been working up the detail for this two storey extension to a house in Broughty Ferry. It is about to go out to competitive tender to local Main Contractors. Once the detail is added to our computer model, the project really comes to life.
Ramsay’s profile appears in an Industry Magazine. They obviously recognize boundless talent when they see it.
We have obtained Planning Approval for this modest alteration to a cottage in Easthaven, Angus. This cottage is located right on the shore at Easthaven, Angus, with uninterrupted views of the North Sea. When the weather is closing in, our clients are the first to know about it ! Despite the amazing location, the current layout had all the public rooms on the on the other side of the cottage and on the ground floor. So, this proposal comprises an upper [...]
The construction drawings for the new Car Showroom was issued to the QS and the Engineer today with a view to tendering and commencing early 2019. It’s a metal box, but we think that it’s a sexy one ..
Most of our work has been in the Angus/ Dundee area but our most recent projects commissions have been in Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Perth, Glasgow, Moray and the like. Now and again we get asked to deal with applications and projects further afield and in this case an application to extend an existing house in a Conservation Area in Essex. This is a single storey extension that reflects the existing materials, proportions and character of the house. It is not [...]
There’s around 12 weeks to go on the Friockheim Hub project. Exciting times.
Ramsay Taylor has started his Architectural Career with us having graduated from Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art. Ramsay’s title is “Architectural Assistant”, which is the name given to any role within an Architect’s practice prior to being fully qualified. Ramsay was a stand out candidate when we interviewed him and we were delighted that he accepted our offer to join the team.
This alteration to a farmhouse in rural Fife is an extension comprising new entrance, stair and open plan kitchen/ dining area.