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King's Theatre, Glasgow

Works at the King's Theatre included rebuilding the stalls and upper circle floor, installing a flexible orchestra pit, new seating throughout and strengthening works to the upper circle balcony front.

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Cringletie House Hotel

Cringletie House is a mid-19th century Scots Baronial mansion near Peebles, now operating as a luxury Hotel. In 2004 Simpson & Brown carried out extensive remodelling work including the addition of a new lift.

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26-31 Charlotte Square

Simpson & Brown was commissioned in July 1996 to repair and restore six town houses in Charlotte Square to form the new Headquarters for the National Trust for Scotland.

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Langley Castle Hotel

A contemporary dining pavilion extension to the grade 1 listed Langley Castle in Northumberland. The pavilion touches the castle walls lightly minimising the impact of the new against the powerful composition of the original structure.

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Gardyne's Land

Simpson & Brown produced a Feasibility Study for the conversion and restoration of the Gardyne's Land buildings in Dundee. This culminated in the proposal for conversion into a Youth Hostel. Works began in 2000 and completed in 2005.

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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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