We are thrilled to have been involved in a great project with Kelso RFC and to attend the official opening of the refurbished club rooms by SRU Vice President Dee Bradbury on Saturday 12th August.
Duns Primary School opened it’s doors yesterday to the pupils and staff on the first day in their new school. The project was completed through HUB South East for Scottish Borders Council with Graham Construction as the main contractor.
AT are delighted to have been involved with the project from early stages now through to the completion of the alterations and refurbishment of the former Berwickshire High School ‘B’ listed building. We look forward to seeing more photos with the school in use.
AT are pleased to announce that we have been awarded with the Architecture Firm of the Year Award 2018 by Corporate LiveWire.
Aitken Turnbull are pleased to announce that Britt Veirup has joined our Galashiels office as Senior Architectural Designer.
Britt previously held positions with Morgan McDonnell and Zone Architects and has developed particular skills in sustainable design solutions, including an award winning private residential development. In addition Britt has tutored 4th year students in Design Theory and Practice. Having gained a BA (Hons) in Int. Arch, Britt is pursuing the distance course ’Masters of Green Architecture at Aarhus University’.
We would also like to wish Ellie Burroughs a warm welcome back to the Edinburgh office for the summer months. Ellie is currently studying her masters Part 2 degree at Northumbria University and completed her year placement with AT last year. Ellie will be assisting our technical staff with various projects over the next few months.
Construction works for Scott & Charters new knitwear factory in Hawick started on site last week.
Scott & Charters are producers of some of the world’s finest luxury Scottish Cashmere knitwear. The existing factory in Hawick in the Scottish Borders has been operating from Fairhurst Drive location for 55 years, and is part of Hawick’s heritage of knitwear mills that is famous throughout the world. The project will provide Scott & Charters with a new two-storey specialist manufacturing and head office facility with the potential for future growth and expansion of the existing business. It will retain Scott & Charters’ manufacture of luxury knitwear within the town of Hawick.
Esh Border Construction have been awarded the contract and we look forward to working with them on this project as it progresses.