Promotion Announcement - Alan Pinchard
We are delighted to announce the promotion of Alan Pinchard to Senior Surveyor.
Alan has worked with Thomson Bethune since 2013 and has been heavily involved in numerous Education, Local Authority and Residential projects over the last 6 years. Alan has fast become an essential member of the team, helping to successfuly deliver some of our biggest and prestigious projects.
Congratulation Alan from all the team at Thomson Bethune, and thank you all your hard work and committment!
Promotion Announcement - Malcolm Notman
In recognition of his hard work and dedication to client services, we are delighted to announce that Malcolm Notman has been promoted to the position of Associate.
Malcolm has been with Thomson Bethune for 5 years and has been an integral part of our continued generation of repeat business through his provision of robust cost management services for our clients. Malcolm – a huge congratulations from all at Thomson Bethune!
University of Edinburgh Brings Wellbeing to the Forefront with Brand New Centre
Thomson Bethune are delighted to announce our appointment as Cost Consultants on an exciting new facility for the University of Edinburgh. This investment will see the existing building at Bristo Square redeveloped into a state of the art Health and Wellbeing Centre for the University’s Students, with works commencing late 2018, with the building scheduled to open in late 2019.
Situated within the University’s Central Campus, the centre will see the University’s Counselling and Disability Services brought together with the existing medical practice and pharmacy, providing the students with access to facilities dedicated to all aspects of their health and wellbeing under one roof.
We will be working closely with the University of Edinburgh, Architects – Page\Park, Structural Engineers - ARUP, M&E Engineers - Harley Haddow, Fire Engineers - Atlier 10 and Acoustic Consultants – Sandy Brown Associates LLP to ensure the successful delivery of this exciting new redevelopment which will create new one-to-one consultancy rooms, a new Wellbeing Lounge and a dedicated quiet reflection area
David Kirkwood, Managing Director of Thomson Bethune said: “We are delighted to be involved in this exciting and innovative project. The wellbeing of Students today is of the upmost importance for any Educational facility and this fantastic development not only highlights this but reinforces the commitment the University of Edinburgh has toward its students and their health and wellbeing.”
To read the full article released by University of Edinburgh, please click here
* Images courtesy of Page\Park Architects
University of Edinburgh's St Cecilia's Hall wins RICS Award 2018, Scotland - Building Conservation Category
The winners of the RICS Awards 2018, Scotland were announced on Thursday 19 April and Thomson Bethune are delighted that Page\Park Architects won the award for the University of Edinburgh’s, St Cecilia’s Hall under the Building Conservation Category.
Thomson Bethune acted as Quantity Surveyors on this prestigious project, and worked alongside Page\Park Architects, Structural Engineers - David Narro Associates, Services Engineers - Harley Haddow and Contractors - Interserve Construction Ltd for the full conservation and refurbishment of this existing Grade A listed Concert Hall and Music Museum. This was a project we were particularly proud to be part of.
Originally constructed in 1763, St Cecilia’s Hall is Scotland’s oldest, purpose built Concert Hall and is owned and operated by the University of Edinburgh. In 2015, the Hall underwent redevelopment which included the conservation and repair of the existing buildings which allowed the University of Edinburgh to bring together musical instrument collections under one roof creating the Museum of Musical Instruments. The project also involved a full refurbishment and extension of the existing gallery and concert room.
We congratulate Page\Park on their award winning submission and wish them luck in the RICS Awards 2018 Grand Final in November, where the project will now be entered into the overall category winner.
To read more about the project and other winners, please click here