Four Morrison projects nominated for Scottish Design Awards

Topic Awards

Date 08 Jun 2022

Four Morrison Construction projects have been shortlisted for The Scottish Design Awards.

The awards, organised by architecture press body Urban Realm, celebrate class-leading work, best practice, sustainability and innovation in all its forms.

Project HALO Enterprise and Innovation Centre (HEIC), one of the first sustainable, state-of-the-art buildings powered by renewable energy in Scotland, has been nominated in the Regeneration Project of the Year. The development has brought huge benefits to the local economy by creating a spacious and iconic building to it’s industrial site.

The University of Edinburgh’s Health and Wellbeing Centre has received it’s shortlisting for the Health and Wellbeing category. The Centre combines the institution's counselling and disability services, pharmacy and healthcare to a fully accessible facility that simplifies and unifies the whole building. The building’s ground floor was extended to include an accessible entrance and wellbeing lounge creating a calm, welcoming space designed to promote positive mental health.

Highlighting Morrison Constructions impressive track record in school building, both Calderwood Primary School and Queensferry High School, which sports a six lane swimming pool and fully inclusive sports facilities for the public, were shortlisted in the Education category.

David Ewing, Managing Director for Morrison Construction Building Central, commented: “All four projects have been really successful, and we congratulate our team and everyone involved for creating projects that have delivered high-quality facilities for local communities.”