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Inverness Shortlisted for RIAS Award

Inverness Shortlisted for RIAS Award

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has announced the 14 buildings in contention for its annual honours and we are delighted that our Inverness Justice Centre for the Scottish Courts has been selected as a Finalist.

The judges have recognised that:

"Most of this year’s shortlisted buildings were delivered during the Covid-19 pandemic and are a testament to the resilience of their architects, clients and construction teams in the face of extraordinary social and economic uncertainty… Delivering outstanding architecture which pushes briefs, boundaries and the systems we work within is not easy – and I am full of admiration for the teams who delivered this fantastic shortlist in the face of such extraordinary challenges."

The Inverness Justice Centre is a new building for Scottish Courts and Tribunals comprising six courts with ancillary accommodation. Scottish Courts are the major user with a number of justice partners also accessing the facility. These include Citizens Advice Scotland, Women’s Aid, the Criminal Justice Team, Victim Support and the local authority social services teams.

The scheme communicates an appropriate level of gravitas, and reflects the spirit of openness and transparency required by the various user agencies.

Project Team: Reiach and Hall Architects, Robertson Group, Arup, horner+maclennan, Currie & Brown, Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service.

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Falkirk Shortlisted for RIAS Award

Falkirk Shortlisted for RIAS Award

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has announced the 14 buildings in contention for its annual honours and we are delighted to announce that our Falkirk Campus for Forth Valley College has been selected as a Finalist.

Designed by Reiach and Hall Architects with Keppie design, this is the third campus Reiach and Hall have designed for the same client.

The Falkirk campus is Forth Valley College’s headquarters facility and includes their Centre of Excellence for Sport. The 21,000sqm campus is designed to provide innovative learning spaces throughout and incorporates the latest teaching technology. The plan is simple and places the refectory at the heart, as a gathering place suitable for informal academic conversation as well as social interaction. Other flexible space is designed into the plan throughout the building, enabling a wide variety of learning activities.

Finished in a beautiful handmade brick, the simple facades develop ideas contained in the campuses at Alloa and Stirling, completing the family of buildings for Scotland’s first regional college.

Project Team: Forth Valley College Reiach and Hall Architects, Keppie Design, Balfour Beatty plc, KJ Tait Engineers, AECOM, horner+maclennan.

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