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110 Queen Street wins Commercial Workplace Award with BCO

Cooper Cromar recently won the Commercial Workplace Award for 110 Queen Street at the Regional British Council for Offices (BCO) Awards 2016.

Special Commendation for Riverside East

The new Police Scotland HQ in Glasgow developed by Clyde Gateway and designed by Cooper Cromar received a Highly Commended Award in the Development of the Year (Public Buildings) category at the 2016 Scottish Property Awards.

110 Queen Street wins Excellence Award at the Scottish Property Awards

The prestigious mixed-use development at 110 Queen Street developed by BAM Properties and designed by Cooper Cromar was awarded the Architectural Excellence Award (Commercial Buildings) at the recent 2016 Scottish Property Awards.

Annan House in the running for a Scottish Property Award

Annan House in Aberdeen has been shortlisted in the Development of the Year (Commercial Buildings) category at the 2016 Scottish Property Awards.

Police Scotland HQ up for two awards at the Scottish Property Awards

The new Police Scotland HQ designed by Cooper Cromar has been shortlisted in two categories at the 2016 Scottish Property Awards – Development of the Year (Public Buildings) and Architectural Excellence (Public Buildings).

110 Queen Street shortlisted for two Scottish Property Awards

110 Queen Street has been announced as a finalist in the categories of Architectural Excellence and Development of the Year (Commercial Buildings) at the 2016 Scottish Property Awards.

Success for Roman Fields

The Places for People, Roman Fields Phase 1 residential development in the former mining village of Twechar has won two awards at the 2015 Scottish Home Awards - Small Affordable Housing Development of the Year in both the Housing Association and Private Builder categories. The project was also commended in the Best Large Development Award category.

Regeneration of Twechar shortlisted for three awards

The Places for People Roman Fields Phase 1 residential development in the former mining village of Twechar has been shortlisted for the Best Large Development award at the 2015 Homes for Scotland Awards, as well as the Small, Affordable Development of the Year awards for both private builders and housing associations categories at the 2015 Scottish Home Awards.

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