Employee Spotlight: Adele Melas

We spoke to Adele, to find out more about her. 1. Why did you choose to study architecture? I was born and raised in Nicosia, Cyprus – a war torn capital where the city and its people significantly suffered the aftermath of war and division. In a creative light, my art A-Level projects explored the effects this deteriorating city had on society and the well-being of its individuals. I used art as a form of depicting people’s emotions and portraying…

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Ministers Approve River Clyde Crossing

We are thrilled that our River Clyde Crossing Bridge in Glasgow has been approved by Scottish Ministers. The £90.7M Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside regeneration project will see the construction of an aspirational ‘twin leaf’ opening bridge over the River Clyde. It will link the north and south banks of the River, between the town of Renfrew and Yoker, a western district of Glasgow approximately 5 miles west of the City Centre. The bridge will accommodate vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists,…

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Friday Forum #16 | St Petersburg Visit

For our 16th Friday Forum, Tony presented his recent trip to St Petersburg to the team. As previously frequent visitors to Russia, this was Tony and Colin’s first visit to Saint Petersburg in four years. In 2014, they visited Lakhta Centre’s site in the early stages of construction. Upon invitation from Gazprom, the visit in July 2018 marked the completion of the external facade, with the removal of the construction cranes from site. Lakhta Centre Site Visit Tony and Colin…

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RIAS Client of the Year

Huge congratulations to our Client It’s Good to Give on their win at the RIAS Awards 2018. We are immensely proud to have been involved with such an amazing project, and for such a worthy cause. For more information on the Ripple Retreat project, take a look at our project page here.   Share this page:

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