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City of Edinburgh Methodist Church Completes

The City of Edinburgh Methodist Church has welcomed parishioners to its newly refurbished building on Nicolson Square, marking the completion of a three year refurbishment program. Supported by Architects Page\Park and Thomson Bethune as Quantity Surveyor, Project Managers and CDM Coordinators, the upgrade has included refurbishment of the Epworth Halls to form multipurpose accommodation and a ground floor cafe, as well as upgrade works to the adjacent chapel, helping to create a great community and worship focused space.


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Auchmuty High School Published on Urban Realm


Keith Hunter Photography

Auchmuty High School has been published in Urban Realm's New Buildings Directory. Part of Fife Council's Building Fife's Future Programme and funded by Fife Council and the Scottish Futures Trust, the new High School supports the delivery of the Curriculum for Excellence in "high quality, stimulating educational environments which are the hub of the community". Take a look at Thomson Bethune's Case Study here.

Erskine Stewart’s Melville Schools - School Redevelopment Programme Underway

Thomson Bethune has been appointed as Cost Consultants and CDM-Coordinators for Phases 2 and 3 of Erskine Stewart’s Melville Schools’ phased Upper Junior School redevelopment scheme. Working with Architects Page/Park, the project is set to include the construction of shared facilities with Stewart’s Melville College, as well as, separate laboratory, gymnasium and drama facilities for the Junior School. 

Creative Laboratories Goes On-Site


Creative Laboratories - Sutherland Hussey Architects

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s Creative Laboratories are now underway. Funded by the Arts Funding Prize for Edinburgh and awarded by Foundation Scotland, the new centre, which Thomson Bethune are providing Project Management, Quantity Surveying and CDM Co-ordination support services to, will provide a mix of indoor and open-air workspaces around a central courtyard. These areas will include sculpture bays, project spaces, a new cafe and a foundry for metal work. Together with the Bill Scott Sculpture Centre, this new facility is set to deliver a vibrant cultural hub for the city and its staff, artists and visitors to enjoy.