John Kane, the construction manager who oversaw the delivery of NHS Grampian's new £110m Emergency Care Centre in Aberdeen, has been recognised with two separate awards, from the Chartered Institute of Building and Builder & Engineer.
Children as young as seven were given the chance to learn about building materials and techniques from Forth Valley College construction students, in a series of five interactive learning sessions held at the College's Alloa Campus on Friday 15th November.
We have been made aware that recruitment scammers are making spurious job offers under the name of Robertson (or Robertson Construction, along with other variants). They are contacting job seekers through a number of channels, including LinkedIn and illegitimate websites.
The new NHS Grampian Emergency Care Centre has been officially opened by Her Majesty the Queen. Work began on the £110m complex, now officially known as The Matthew Hay Building*, in July 2009. The building was completed on time and on budget, and patients have been received into the facility from December 2012.
During the gala ceremony at Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel on Thursday 12 September, Robertson Homes won:
· ‘Best Show Home' for the Azure Garden Room at The Oaks, Dumfries
Almost 70 new affordable homes are to be built in Dumfries, Housing and Welfare Minister Margaret Burgess confirmed today.
Contracts have been signed with Robertson Homes to deliver 69 homes at Marchfield, Dumfries through the award-winning National Housing Trust initiative (NHT).
The first new council houses to be built in West Dunbartonshire in a generation have been delivered by Robertson Construction - part of the integrated infrastructure, support services and construction group, Robertson. The first phase of work has been completed with the properties handed over to West Dunbartonshire Council.
A group of construction hungry pupils from Aberfoyle Primary School are being treated to a sneak preview of the new look visitor centre in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
The visit (on Monday 24 June) follows a recent session at the school where construction staff worked with children to show them how the building process works.