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Acheson House

Simpson & Brown led an extensive and complex re-roofing project at the Category A listed 17th Century Acheson House, situated on the historic Canongate in Edinburgh's Old Town.

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Alderman Fenwick's House

One of the most important mercantile town houses in any city in the North of England. Simpson & Brown carried out structural and internal repairs to the buildings for the Tyne & Wear Buildings Preservation Trust. The house remains in the ownership of the Trust and is let as offices.

Alderstone House

Originally a 17th century Tower House, Alderstone has been extended and adapted over the centuries. Simpson & Brown was commissioned to alter and extend the building to accommodate extensive modern office space.

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Arbroath Abbey Visitor Centre

Located within the grounds of Arbroath Abbey in Angus, this oak framed Visitor Centre provides facilities for visitors to the historic abbey. It featured a complex curved sedum roof, the first of its kind in Scotland.

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Ashmore House

Simpson & Brown designed a garden room extension for this category B-listed building. The new extension provides a family dining and living room, with direct access into the garden.

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Auchinleck House

The category A-listed Auchinleck House was built between 1755 and 1762. A full restoration was carried out by Simpson & Brown over two phases. The house is now a luxury holiday let, run by the Landmark Trust.

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