We’re excited to announce the launch of the new Smith Scott Mullan Associates website. The new site design allows us to showcase our wide project portfolio past and present, tell you about our practice and keep you posted on all of our latest news. We hope you enjoy exploring and would love to hear your […]
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Alistair and Eugene are delighted to announce the appointment of one new Director and two new Associate Directors as part of a strategy to expand our capacity to address larger and more varied projects. Senior Associate Jamie Bateman has joined the Board of Directors, and Associates Rick McCluggage and Graham Acheson have become Associate Directors. […]
The first phase of our three-year programme to extend Kirkliston Primary School for the City of Edinburgh Council has just completed on site. The children are enjoying a brand new gym and separate dining hall, which can be used together as a big hall for major school events. Outside, the new all-weather sports pitch has […]
Smith Scott Mullan are proud supporters of the Leith Pays The Living Wage campaign. Living wage accreditation enables employers to be recognised for paying their staff a fair, decent wage. On becoming accredited, employers are awarded the living wage employer mark, which is a Fairtrade mark for responsible pay. For more information visit www.livingwageleith.scot
We are excited to hear that our Nevis Forest & Mountain Resort Masterplan has been approved by The Highland Council’s Lochaber Area Committee. This Masterplan for an international leisure resort looking at the north face of Ben Nevis was published last November. Produced for Forestry Commission Scotland, the resort is located in the forest surrounding […]
Earlier this year, Director Eugene Mullan took part in a Construction Scotland Innovation Centre, Learning Journey to Japan with a UK wide group of construction professionals. Organised by Scottish Development International, the visit was specifically aimed at gaining a better understanding of the Japanese off-site construction industry with the intention of developing specialist skills and […]
Check out the autumn issue of Urban Realm magazine for our feature on the challenges presented by an ageing population, specifically on housing and how future housing must change to accommodate the elderly. www.urbanrealm.com
We continue to organise this Group on behalf of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. The most recent meeting “ A Manifesto for the Built Environment” provided an opportunity for a variety of organisations to propose their priorities for political manifestos in the lead up to the 2016 Scottish Elections. Asking questions such as: […]
Not all our projects are related to producing buildings. This recently completed slipway at Carradale on Mull of Kintyre is the first phase in the delivery of a Masterplan in which we created in 2011 for the Carradale Harbour Group, who are undertaking a Community Asset Transfer to acquire and run the harbour. The Slipway […]
Our housing project at Fortune Place, Edinburgh has been shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Housing and Dementia’ category of the forthcoming International Dementia Awards 2015. The awards are being held on 3 November at the VOX Conference Centre, Birmingham. More about this project…