LATEST NEWS Last week saw the unveiling of the redeveloped Henry Moore Foundation estate in Hertfordshire, coinciding with the celebratory events of its 40th anniversary. We worked on the project with Hugh Broughton Architects to bring new life and sustainability to the Foundation. It reopened with an exhibition review of Moore’s early

Posted 11th May 2017 Architect’s Journal today published a Building Review of the regeneration of Glasgow’s historic Kelvin Hall, a multi-use project we collaborated on with Glasgow architects Page\Park. “The question faced by Glasgow City Council was what to do with such a historically important structure once it was empty. Glasgow Life, which manages the city’s cultural and

Posted 23rd Mar 2017

Video update of our recent restoration project at Dalkeith Stables.  

Posted 14th Dec 2016

  We are delighted to be shortlisted for Public Project of the Year at the...

Posted 18th Nov 2016

We’re proud to have been involved in the redevelopment of vital community space and Scotland’s oldest youth club,  FetLor. The existing single-storey structure was built in the 1960s and has been used since then. It’s recently dilapidated state and associated repair costs were threatening the club with closure. It offers a safe, non-territorial space where

Posted 15th Nov 2016

Harley Haddow Glasgow is delighted to be appointed as civil and structural engineering partner to Sanctuary Housing Group on the redevelopment of the historic former Victoria Infirmary in Langside, Glasgow. We will be developing the structural scheme design and programme as well as energy efficiency strategies in close collaboration with the architect and client for

Posted 3rd Nov 2016

Harley Haddow is proud to be involved with the Ripple Retreat – a holiday home/retreat in Loch Venachar for families with children who have cancer or who are terminally ill, an idea led by charity It’s Good 2 Give! which received planning permission from Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park back in May 2014. Work

Posted 13th Oct 2016

     Harley Haddow is very proud to have been involved in the prestigious development of the old stable block within Dalkeith Country Park. The facility has now opened to the public and has been named The Restoration Yard. It includes a slick new retail, food, drink and wellbeing space, and takes pride of place in the

Posted 11th Oct 2016

Harley Haddow is delighted to see the historic Kelvin Hall re-open to the public after four years of hard work to transform the building into a vital cultural hub. The facility is now  Glasgow Life sports halls, gym and fitness suites alongside teaching facilities and archive storage for Glasgow Museums, The Hunterian and National Libraries

Posted 10th Oct 2016
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