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Scottish Design Awards Shortlist

Scottish Design Awards Shortlist

The Scottish Design Awards 2019 shortlist has been announced and we are delighted to have two of our projects feature on the nominations list.

Our refurbishment of the Lister Learning and Teaching Centre for The University of Edinburgh is shortlisted in the Regeneration Category and our Jack Copland Centre for the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service is shortlisted in the Health Building or Project Category.

Award Winners are to be announced at the annual awards dinner on 22nd August 2019.

Lister project page

Jack Copland project page

Part 3 Success

Part 3 Success

Reiach and Hall are pleased to announce that two members of staff have passed their part 3 professional practice exam and are now qualified architects. Congratulations to David Stirling and Wynne McLeish.

RIAS Award

Reiach and Hall are delighted to announce that The Jack Copland Centre for SNBTS (The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service) was presented with an award at this year’s Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Awards Dinner.

This RIAS award was one of ten presented, recognising the best buildings in Scotland for 2019. This is a credit to all those involved in the project – congratulations to the whole team.

Judges citation:

'a highly resolved and elegantly controlled solution to a demanding technical brief.'

They also described it as an 'open, bright, engaging and uplifting place of work'.

Project page

Selwyn Goldsmith Awards

Selwyn Goldsmith Awards

We are delighted that our National Centre Inverclyde for sportscotland has received a Selwyn Goldsmith commendation award at the annual Civic Trust awards 2019.

Established in 2011, the Selwyn Goldsmith Awards for Universal Design are delivered in parallel with the Civic Trust Awards application process. With projects recognised for their exemplar attitude in ensuring that places work for all people, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender or ability.

In order to be considered for the SGA’s it is necessary to demonstrate that a project has gone beyond the building regulations as a minimum, using best practice guidance, putting people at the heart of the project and showing exemplar design.

The sportscotland Inverclyde national sports training centre is the first fully accessible UK residential sports centre of its kind, and was designed for inclusivity in sport – catering for both elite athletes and for the local community.

Project page

Meet Us at MIPIM

Meet Us at MIPIM

Connect with Reiach and Hall at the world’s leading property event!

You can find this year’s Reiach and Hall MIPIM representatives, Carol MacBain and Lyle Chrystie, at MIPIM 12th – 15th March. If you are attending and would like to say hello, please contact us to arrange a meeting.

carol.macbain@reiachandhall.co.uk

lyle.chrystie@reiachandhall.co.uk

+44 131 225 8444

Scottish Property Awards

Scottish Property Awards

The Jack Copland Centre for The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) has been recognised in the annual Scottish Property Awards – receiving the award for Health Care Development of the Year.

The Scottish Property Awards is an independent program which celebrates excellence in commercial property. This year they revealed 18 winners across 16 categories and we were delighted to receive the very first award in their new Healthcare category.

The Jack Copland Centre is the new home for the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) headquarters, as well as the central blood, tissue and cell processing and testing facility for Scotland.

Project page

Scottish Design Awards Shortlist

Scottish Design Awards Shortlist

The Scottish Design Awards 2019 shortlist has been announced and we are delighted to have two of our projects feature on the nominations list.

Our refurbishment of the Lister Learning and Teaching Centre for The University of Edinburgh is shortlisted in the Regeneration Category and our Jack Copland Centre for the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service is shortlisted in the Health Building or Project Category.

Award Winners are to be announced at the annual awards dinner on 22nd August 2019.

Lister project page

Jack Copland project page

RIAS Award

Reiach and Hall are delighted to announce that The Jack Copland Centre for SNBTS (The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service) was presented with an award at this year’s Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Awards Dinner.

This RIAS award was one of ten presented, recognising the best buildings in Scotland for 2019. This is a credit to all those involved in the project – congratulations to the whole team.

Judges citation:

'a highly resolved and elegantly controlled solution to a demanding technical brief.'

They also described it as an 'open, bright, engaging and uplifting place of work'.

Project page

Meet Us at MIPIM

Meet Us at MIPIM

Connect with Reiach and Hall at the world’s leading property event!

You can find this year’s Reiach and Hall MIPIM representatives, Carol MacBain and Lyle Chrystie, at MIPIM 12th – 15th March. If you are attending and would like to say hello, please contact us to arrange a meeting.

carol.macbain@reiachandhall.co.uk

lyle.chrystie@reiachandhall.co.uk

+44 131 225 8444

Part 3 Success

Part 3 Success

Reiach and Hall are pleased to announce that two members of staff have passed their part 3 professional practice exam and are now qualified architects. Congratulations to David Stirling and Wynne McLeish.

Selwyn Goldsmith Awards

Selwyn Goldsmith Awards

We are delighted that our National Centre Inverclyde for sportscotland has received a Selwyn Goldsmith commendation award at the annual Civic Trust awards 2019.

Established in 2011, the Selwyn Goldsmith Awards for Universal Design are delivered in parallel with the Civic Trust Awards application process. With projects recognised for their exemplar attitude in ensuring that places work for all people, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender or ability.

In order to be considered for the SGA’s it is necessary to demonstrate that a project has gone beyond the building regulations as a minimum, using best practice guidance, putting people at the heart of the project and showing exemplar design.

The sportscotland Inverclyde national sports training centre is the first fully accessible UK residential sports centre of its kind, and was designed for inclusivity in sport – catering for both elite athletes and for the local community.

Project page

Scottish Property Awards

Scottish Property Awards

The Jack Copland Centre for The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) has been recognised in the annual Scottish Property Awards – receiving the award for Health Care Development of the Year.

The Scottish Property Awards is an independent program which celebrates excellence in commercial property. This year they revealed 18 winners across 16 categories and we were delighted to receive the very first award in their new Healthcare category.

The Jack Copland Centre is the new home for the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) headquarters, as well as the central blood, tissue and cell processing and testing facility for Scotland.

Project page