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St. Ninian's Manse

The sensitive adaptation of the 17th century category A-listed manse building to offices was based on thorough documentary and physical research. The three-storey building has been Simpson & Brown's main office in Edinburgh since 1999.

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St. Salvador's Church

St Salvador’s church Dundee is one of the most significant buildings of the 19th century Gothic Revival. Restoration work included conservation of the organ, re-gilding the reredos, chancel screen, and re-bedding and renewing the stone floor of the nave.

Strathisla Distillery

Strathisla is one of a number of distilleries Simpson & Brown has worked on. The project included the careful repair of the existing buildings together with internal alterations to improve the visitor experience, including the addition of a ''Dramming Room".

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The Temperate Palmhouse

In 2002 the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh decided that the Palmhouse needed to be comprehensively restored and adapted in order to offer improved accessibility for the public and ensure the complex needs of the unique plant species were met.

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Thomson's Tower

Thomson’s Tower is a restored octagonal curling house by W H Playfair, built for the Duddingston Curling Society in 1825. It is located on the north side of Duddingston Loch to the south-east of Edinburgh

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The Tron Kirk

Built in 1647 to house the congregation ejected when St Giles’ became a cathedral, the Tron Kirk was named after the weighing beam or ‘Tron’ that stood outside. The work included rebuilding parts of the roof that had been damaged in the 1824 fire and were severely rotten. A scheme for re-use of the interior was proposed but not undertaken. The project became one of the founding projects for Simpson & Brown.