Innovative Agricultural Science Projects Greenlighted
The International Barley Hub and Advanced Plant Growth Centre have been given the go-ahead by the Tay Cities Deal Joint Committee.
Oberlanders have been working with the James Hutton Institute on the site wide masterplan and infrastructure strategy. We are delighted to be part of the SCAPE design and construction team that are now working with the James Hutton Institute on both of these flagship innovation projects.
You can find out more about the project here.
Mark White Achieves Success in Part 3 Examination
Congratulations to Mark White on successfully passing his Part 3 Exams. We are delighted that all the hard work and study sessions during lockdown paid off. Mark White will continue to work with our team to further develop his career as a qualified Architect.
Corrieshalloch Gorge - Gateway to Nature
Absolutely delighted to be working with the National Trust for Scotland on their plans to create a gateway to nature at the spectacular Corrieshalloch Gorge.
This is truly stunning location – one of Scotland’s best kept secrets – and we are looking forward to presenting the initial plans to the local community at an event on Tuesday 16th March.
You can find out more about the project here
International Design Alliance Network website launched
A group of multi-award winning architects, designers, planners and strategists have created a new website for the International Design Alliance (‘IDeA’) Network, a global collective formed to better serve clients by harnessing shared philosophies and expertise.
Work starts on Dundee Community Custody Unit
Great to see the steel work in the winter sunshine for Scottish Prison Service’s new Community Custody Unit in Dundee. We are delighted to be working with Ogilvie Construction on this transformative project.
University of Dundee - Life Sciences Innovation Hub
We are delighted to be working with Professor Sir Mike Ferguson and the University of Dundee, on their proposed Life Sciences Innovation Hub.
The new Innovation Hub will house new high-growth spinout companies and is part of the transformational Growing the Tay Cities Biomedical Cluster.
Biomedical Sciences Building – St Andrews University
The completed external façade of the “new” Biomedical Science Building looking great in the winter sun.
A fire and the gallons of water used to put it out, destroyed parts of the building in February 2019. Oberlanders have worked very closely with the University
Planning application submitted for Gold Standard affordable homes
Tillydrone is part of ‘The Aberdeen City Council Housing
Programme 2022’ seeking to address the long-term shortage of affordable social
rented housing within the city. This aspiring project is one of four within the
city aiming to increase the wellbeing and sustainability of the cities’
affordable housing stock.
Marine Industry Training Centre (MITC)
Working very closely with University of the Highlands and Islands Argyll College, Oberlanders have led a team to develop an options appraisal, for the proposed state of the art Marine Industry Training Centre (MITC). Based at the European Marine Science Park (EMSP) in Oban,
Planning success for Croick Art Shed
Congratulations to Catriona and the Oberlanders Ardgay Studio Team who have achieved full planning approval for the Croick Art Shed project, from the Highland Council. They are looking forward to continuing work on this exciting brief.
Congratulations to Oberlanders Promoted Staff
Oberlanders are delighted to announce the following staff promotions. Lise Wisen and Anastasios Rozos have been promoted to Senior Architect, Daphne Stravridi to Architect.
These promotions reflect our ongoing commitment to provide opportunity for individual growth and expansion. Congratulations to the three of you.
Project Architect job vacancy - Ardgay
We currently have a vacancy for a fully qualified Project Architect to join our Ardgay based team. The job will be based in the Ardgay office but remote working will be considered provided the candidate lives in the Highlands. You will be expected (subject to COVID-19 lockdown travel restrictions) to travel to construction sites and, on occasion, between all our office locations.
Construction starts on Inverness National Treatment Centre
Construction work is set to begin in earnest on the world-class National Treatment Centre Highland in Inverness.
Oberlanders have been involved in the project for many years, and are delighted that the project is now onsite.
Happy New Year from all at Oberlanders
In 2020 all businesses were required to change how they worked. At Oberlanders our 50 plus staff moved successfully to working from their home office studios, with client and office meetings, staff interviews, and B2B presentations moving onto a virtual platform, using Microsoft Teams and Zoom.