We are delighted to share the news, that the Edinburgh Printmakers refurbishment project has been shortlisted for three different awards already this year!
⭐️ The Architects Journal has shortlisted it in the Cultural Project category.
⭐️ The Brick Development Association (BDA) shortlisted it in its Refurbishment category.
⭐️ The Blue Print Awards shortlisted it for Best Building Re-use.
The Category “C” Listed North British Rubber Company office building is the only surviving element of a once large important 19th century industrial complex that was internationally renowned at the height of it’s industrial output.
The building was in serious disrepair, requiring full restoration prior to providing Edinburgh Printmakers Limited with new facilities as they relocated from smaller premises elsewhere in the City.
These new facilities include:-
Gallery / Exhibition Spaces
Manufacturing / Processing Workshops
Environmentally Controlled Archive
Learning / Education Rooms
Café / Social Hub
Doig+Smith’s role included cost planning, option appraisals, value and risk management, assisting in the valuing of the risk register, value engineering, whole life costing, procurement, management of change control, agreeing variations and agreement of the final account. Assisting in applying for and securing Heritage and Lottery Funding and Historic Scotland Grant funding.
For more details and images of the building, visit our Edinburgh Printmakers web page.