Glasgow Doors Open Days: The Herald Building

Mark McIntyre General News

With Glasgow’s Doors Open Days Festival celebrating the city’s architectural heritage all this week, we wanted to share a quick look back at the story behind our home in the heart of Scotland’s first ever Innovation District: the A-listed Herald Building. Built as the landmark home for Lord Beaverbrook’s Scottish Daily Express newspaper in 1936, the building later became the …

Top tips for pupils heading to school by bus

Ewan McInnes blog

Stagecoach West Scotland has some top tips for school children aged five and over who, from Monday (31st August 2020), will be required to wear a face covering, unless exempt, while travelling on dedicated school transport – in line with the latest Scottish Government guidance. The safety of customers and employees is Stagecoach West Scotland’s number one priority. The following …

Introducing: Gravencast

Meadhbh Hendrie blog

We are pleased to share the first podcast in a series which we’re producing for design studio, Graven. Head of Digital, Meadhbh, reflects on the process.  It was pre-pandemic times. Dylan Macdonald and I lugged the filming kit to Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel. We were going for a show around of the Luxury Penthouse Suite (if it’s good enough for Stormzy…) and …

Neart na Gaoithe project enters first phase of offshore construction

Mark McIntyre blog

One of the world’s largest offshore construction vessels has arrived at the site of the EDF Renewables and ESB owned Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm, 15km off the Fife coast, as the project enters its first phase of offshore construction. The S7000, Saipem’s semi-submersible crane vessel, will start the installation of casings for piles. The vessel will also …