Morrison Construction



Start of work at Sinclair Academy continues West Lothian's successful summer school estate programme

West Lothian Council has hailed a successful summer programme of construction works on its schools and nurseries as the beginning of work was marked at the new Sinclair Academy in Winchburgh.

Published 24 September 2020

Land deal paves way for £60m West Lothian schools project

Winchburgh Developments Limited has reached an agreement with West Lothian Council over the transfer of the 32-acre site for the new £60.7 million multi-schools project.

Published 14 September 2020

Morrison Construction awarded Arbroath flood protection contract

Angus Council has awarded the contract for the Arbroath flood protection scheme to Morrison Construction.

Published 24 August 2020

New £40m Queensferry High School handed over

The City of Edinburgh Council has been given the keys to the newly completed Queensferry High School in time for pupils to start the 2020/21 school term in their new learning space.

Published 7 August 2020

Three new West Lothian schools to go ahead following contract close

Plans to build a primary and two new secondary schools in Winchburgh have reached an important milestone as contract close was achieved between West Lothian Council, development partner Hub South East, and main contractor Morrison Construction.

Published 30 July 2020

Deanestor to fit-out Barony Campus in contract worth over £1m

Furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has been awarded a major contract by Morrison Construction worth over £1 million to manufacture and install the fixed furniture for Barony Campus in Cumnock – the largest new school project in Scotland.

Published 21 July 2020

Morrison Construction confirms October opening for £68m campus

Morrison Construction will officially hand over its innovative £68 million Barony Campus development in Cumnock at the start of October, the local authority has confirmed.

Published 20 July 2020

Top executives share post-lockdown thoughts during hub South West’s second online event

hub South West held its second online event earlier this month on coming out of lockdown.

Published 20 July 2020

Morrison Construction to begin work on Moray distillery

Moray whisky specialist Gordon and MacPhail (G&M) has given Morrison Construction the green light to start building its new multi-million pound distillery near Grantown.

Published 2 July 2020

Galliford Try awarded £20m RAF Lossiemouth contract

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has awarded the defence team at Galliford Try a new £20 million contract to provide facilities for RAF Lossiemouth’s newest Typhoon squadron. The two-year project will see Galliford Try's Inverness-based Morrison Construction business refurbish an existing hangar and construct new technical and storage facilities to house Number IX (Bomber) Squ

Published 24 June 2020

Morrison Construction to deliver £8m Aberdeen station redevelopment

An £8 million redevelopment of Aberdeen station is to get under way once the current coronavirus restrictions make it safe to do so, ScotRail has announced.

Published 3 June 2020

Morrison Construction awarded flagship National Manufacturing Institute Scotland facility deal

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) has awarded the contract for the build of its new flagship facility at the heart of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland in Renfrewshire to Morrison Construction.

Published 1 June 2020

Lockdown delays opening of £68m East Ayrshire campus

East Ayrshire Council revealed its innovative £68 million Barony Campus will not be delivered on time.

Published 28 May 2020

Morrison Construction begins work on new nursery for Bathgate

Work has started on a new £1.2 million nursery in Bathgate.

Published 13 March 2020

Galliford Try confirms Morrison’s appointment to £54m Cornton Vale replacement

The Scottish Prison Service has appointed Morrison Construction to build a new women’s national facility to replace Scotland’s only female prison at Cornton Vale in Stirling.

Published 11 March 2020