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Ogilvie completes £10 million health project

OGILVIE Construction has handed over the key to a revitalised hospital in north east Fife. Adamson hospital – and the adjoining Cupar Health Centre - were extended and refurbished in a £10 million project by Ogilvie, working for NHS Fife. At a ceremony to mark the completion of the redevelopment, Arthur Morris, the chairman of… Continue reading Ogilvie completes £10 million health project

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Ogilvie helps charity in £10 million expansion plan

OGILVIE Construction is playing its part in a £10 million project to help a charity expand its activities in rural Stirlingshire. Camphill Blair Drummond runs a "warm and welcoming" facility, providing homes and meaningful daily activities for people with learning disabilities. The charity’s operations are centred around a large Victorian house, surrounded by woodland, overlooking… Continue reading Ogilvie helps charity in £10 million expansion plan

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£7 million civic complex opens in Bathgate

A NEW civic complex in West Lothian has opened its doors to the public. The £7 million Bathgate Partnership Centre, off the town's South Bridge Street, was built by Ogilvie Construction for West Lothian Council. The striking new building, designed by architects BDP, brings council and community services together under one roof. It opened to… Continue reading £7 million civic complex opens in Bathgate

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New homes for pensioners in £1.1 million project

WORK has started on building new homes for pensioners in the Millerston area of Lanarkshire. Ogilvie Construction is carrying out the work on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council. The new homes, off Coshneuk Road, were designed by MAST architects. The £1.1 million project - supported by £300,000 in funding from the Scottish Government - will see… Continue reading New homes for pensioners in £1.1 million project

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£5 million project tees off at Renaissance Golf Club

PLANS to invest £5 million in a new clubhouse and golf course extension have been revealed by the Renaissance Golf Club in East Lothian. Ogilvie Construction will carry out building work on the site near the historic village of Dirleton. The new building has been designed by Edinburgh-based Yeoman McAllister. Preliminary ground works are expected… Continue reading £5 million project tees off at Renaissance Golf Club

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Ogilvie completes work on £9 million project

OGILVIE Construction has completed building work on a £9 million project to extend and refurbish the former Chalmers Hospital in Edinburgh into a new Sexual Health Centre. The new NHS Lothian facility opened its doors to the public on June 7, 2011. The historic building has served the people of Lothian for over 140 years.… Continue reading Ogilvie completes work on £9 million project

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Time Capsule revamp is a splash hit

ONE of Scotland’s leading leisure centres has been officially re-opened after the first phase of a £6 million revamp. The Time Capsule in Coatbridge has had extensive renovation work over the past year. It now boasts a unique new attraction: Europe’s only indoor “Tornado Tantrum” slide. The thrilling 30 second slide, which was imported from… Continue reading Time Capsule revamp is a splash hit

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Angus splashes out on £9 million pool project

CONSTRUCTION work has started on a £9 million project to create a new swimming pool and sports facility in Montrose in the north of Scotland. Angus Council marked the commencement of site works by holding a ground-breaking ceremony today (Thursday, March 10, 2011). Provost Ruth Leslie Melville, joined Louise Martin, chair of sportscotland, and Phil… Continue reading Angus splashes out on £9 million pool project

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Ogilvie starts work on £2.9 million recycling facility

OGILVIE Construction has started work building a new £2.9 million recycling and waste management facility for Stirling Council. The new facility will be situated at Lower Polmaise, near Fallin – just outside Stirling. It will receive all recyclables and waste collected from households, and will enable sorting of quality materials to be reused and recycled,… Continue reading Ogilvie starts work on £2.9 million recycling facility