1st June 2017 back to news

Graham + Sibbald Completes Scotland House Project

Graham + Sibbald Signs off on Scotland House, London fit-out


- Chartered surveyor partnered with Scottish Government, Worksmarts Contracts and Mitie TFM on London hub

- "Big-ticket project" for Graham + Sibbald who are extending activities across the UK in 2017

Scottish chartered surveying firm Graham + Sibbald has completed its advisory project around the fit-out of Scotland House in London - where it worked alongside the Scottish Government, main contractor Worksmarts Contracts and facilities management specialist Mitie TFM - which launched in April as the first dedicated hub in the UK's capital to support the growth of Scotland plc in London and international markets.

Graham + Sibbald provided commercial property services supported via its teams in Scotland and London in what represents one of the firm's largest contracts in 2017. The serviced office space has been fitted out to high industry standards, employing latest technologies and detailed finishes by way of fixtures and fittings that represent the best of Scotland's manufacturing industries.

David Ross, a Construction Partner at Graham + Sibbald, said: "Scotland House is a big-ticket project for the Scottish Government, the Scottish business community and for the firm, playing to our strengths in multi-partner, complex developments. It's also indicative of how we are extending our activites across the UK with the support of our London office."

- Graham + Sibbald has over 200 employes and 25 partners working across its 15 UK offices which are largely based in Scotland supported by a base in London

- Scotland House was officially opened on the 18th April by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Based at 58 Victoria Embankment, Scottish businesses, business leaders and entrepreneurs can register to use the space which is also provide a London base for the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Scottish Development International

- It follows the opening of the first Innovation and Investment Hub in Dublin in 2016 with plans progression on hubs in Brussels and Berlin