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Scottish Ornithologists' Club

The headquarters for the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club was completed in June 2005. The project is seen as an exemplar for the use of Scottish timber in the construction industry with most timber donated by the Forestry Commission.

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Scottish Seabird Centre

This multi award-winning five star tourist attraction in North Berwick features locally quarried dry stone walling, rough sawn Scottish larch with a durable copper roof supported on solid larch trusses and columns.

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Steeple Church, Dundee

The Steeple Development Project, completed in 2012, involved the modernisation of internal spaces of the church to facilitate modern worship and provide additional conference facilities

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Stewart's Melville College

The competition-winning design for work at Stewart's Melville College in Edinburgh proposed major alterations to the assembly hall within the A-listed 19th century Old College building.

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St. Giles' Cathedral

Simpson & Brown carried out extensive work at St. Giles Cathedral over a period of twenty years. Works included the reordering of the interior along with extensive stone and lead repairs to the external fabric.

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St Margaret's, Oatlands

St Margaret’s Church is a Category B listed building located at 110 Polmadie Road, Oatlands. The Simpson & Brown Conservation Plan was commissioned by the Glasgow Buildings Preservation Trust, as part of a proposed restoration and conversion into use as a community facility as part of a wider area regeneration project.

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