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9 May 2024

Robertson looks to replicate success on University of Glasgow framework

The University of Glasgow has reappointed Robertson Construction Central West to its construction framework agreement for a third consecutive time.

The successful appointment to Lot 3 of the framework provides the opportunity to deliver projects valued at £7m+. 

Works are expected to include new-build projects and refurbishments of existing laboratory, teaching spaces, offices and student accommodation within a live environment.

Robertson Construction Central West has been working with the University of Glasgow since 2016, when it was first appointed to its framework. Since then, Robertson has delivered refurbishments to both the James Watt Building and the Grade A listed Joseph Black Building.

Andy McLinden, regional managing director, Robertson Construction Central West, said: “Continuing our relationship with the University of Glasgow, we look to replicate our previous successes on this new framework. Having delivered important projects at Gilmorehill campus, we fully understand the positive impact these projects have for students and university staff. We will work closely with all users to ensure that any disturbance to the live campus is minimised throughout delivery.

“This framework is essential for the University in furthering its commitment of enhancing the experience of students and staff through the services and spaces it provides. This is a commitment we share and look forward to supporting.”