News & Events
Bringing Sheerness Dockyard Church back to life
We are providing M&E services to Sheerness Dockyard Preservation Trust to rescue and breathe new life into the Dockyard Church. This is with the help of a Heritage Lottery Fund Heritage Enterprise grant. The Trust have made a video to talk a little about the history and future of the 1828 naval church within the Sheerness Royal Naval Dockyard and Blue Town conservation area, and give a glimpse into progress so far.
The aim is to transform this building into a unique and beneficial space for the local community. It will include a business and skills venue alongside a gallery level and education area.
RICS Awards 2020
We are delighted that our Edinburgh Printmakers project won two RICS Social Impact Awards under the Heritage category as well as winning the top prize ‘Project of the Year’ 2020. Edinburgh Printmakers, located at Fountainbridge in Edinburgh, saw the refurbishment of a listed former Northern British Rubber Company building providing…View Full PostPosted 27 Apr 2020 >
In light of the current Covid-19 pandemic Harley Haddow would like to reassure our clients, colleagues and wider community that we are supporting the UK Government advice and taking the necessary precautions by suspending face to face meetings with external parties in our/other offices and on-site where possible. We are…View Full PostPosted 19 Mar 2020 >
Harley Haddow wins Harmeny School Expansion Project
Harley Haddow are delighted to have won the Harmeny School Learning Hub design competition alongside Loader Monteith Architects and Sarah-Jane Storrie Architects. Harmeny School in Balerno specialises in helping children who have suffered early years trauma. This expansion will assist greatly the vital work the school does to better children’s…View Full PostPosted 26 Feb 2020 >
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh reveals plans for a visionary project to protect it’s unique plant collection
Today, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) has revealed its vision for Edinburgh Biomes, an ambitious new project to protect its unique and globally important plant collection. Once completed Edinburgh Biomes will secure the Garden’s work for future generations and provide a spectacular new visitor experience for the public. Under…View Full PostPosted 02 Nov 2018 >
ICON ‘Passive Aggressive’ Conference, Thursday 20th September
Our Mechanical & Electrical Director Mark Napier was delighted to be invited by National Galleries of Scotland and ICON to speak at the Passive Aggressive conference on Thursday 20th September, alongside RIAS & St Gerbain Emerging Architect of the Year Eilidh Henderson of Page\Park Architects. The topic was Scotland’s oldest purpose-built…View Full PostPosted 21 Sep 2018 >
National Galleries Scotland conference on Changing the Climate in Archive & Museum Storage
Have you booked your seat for the National Conservation Service conference ‘Passive Aggressive’? Changing the Climate in Archive & Museum Storage in association with National Galleries Scotland? The third of four conferences across the UK and Ireland takes place at The National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh on 20th September 2018….View Full PostPosted 29 Aug 2018 >