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Highland Hall, Royal Highland Showground, Edinburgh.

This multi purpose exhibition hall is the largest single span exhibition hall in Scotland with a floor area of 8400 square metres. Designed to accommodate livestock exhibitions at the Highland Show the facility also had to be able to accommodate large and small exhibitions, concerts and sports events. Ancillary accommodation linked to the main hall provides space for small exhibitions or administrative facilities for the main hall use with toilets, restaurants, VIPs rooms and press accommodation. The hall is of a composite panel construction and is highly serviced to accommodate total or zoned use.

Robson Veterinary Hospital, Laurencekirk.

As a long established and highly respected practice the Robson Partnership required the development of modern hospital accredited facilities to cater for the transition from farm and commercial animal care to the increasing demands of small animals and horses. The hospital has four treatment rooms, dental and operating theatres, recovery and convalescing facilities with a specialist horse treatment and recovery area of a standard never before available north of Edinburgh. Two residential flats are provided on site to accommodate 24 hour on call nursing. The building is of a steel portal frame construction to facilitate future internal changes and allow maximum flexibility to change facilities, as ever changing needs demand.

Tower Restaurant, Laurencekirk.

This takeaway and waitress service fish restaurant was designed to be as light and welcoming as possible. The client takes pride in the production of his food and all kitchen facilities can be overseen by the customers. The restaurant size was dictated by the catering requirements of touring bus companies and can accommodate 50 diners. Internet café facilities are provided. The building is of a traditional masonry construction with large glazed screens and timber trusses.

Brumac Ltd, Laurencekirk.

A steel portal truss building accommodating offices on two levels and a maintenance and assembly workshop. Much of the clients’ work and personnel are off site both in the U. K and overseas with this building being a base from which to administer and service their requirements. The portal frame allows for future internal alteration and refinement as the changing circumstances of the business dictate.

Steading Conversion, Nethybridge.

Nicolls Bus Depot, Laurencekirk.

A steel portal truss building accommodating both bus maintenance bays and administrative office facilities. Profiled metal cladding allowed high levels of insulation to be provided and proved to be an economic and attractive finish.