2015 Saltire Society Civil Engineering Award Winner 

New look Haymarket station scoops Saltire Engineering Award

Scotland’s fourth busiest railway station has been crowned the overall winner of the 2015 Saltire Civil Engineering Awards, following completion of a major refurbishment and extension project. Announced annually, the Awards are a much coveted accolade from the Saltire Society and the Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland recognising excellence and innovation in civil engineering.

Haymarket station refurbishment
Client: Network Rail
Consultant: CH2M Hill
Contractor: Morgan Sindal
Architect IDP: Architects

The £25 million redevelopment of Edinburgh's Haymarket Station - Scotland's fourth busiest railway station - includes the refurbishment of an existing Grade A listed station building and a major extension to accommodate a predicted 6 million increase in passenger numbers by 2030.

Read more about Haymarket Station Capacity Improvement HERE



Ullapool Harbour Berth Improvements

Client: Ullapool Harbour Trustees/Caledonian Maritime Assets
Designer: Wallace Stone LL
Contractor: RJ McLeod Ltd

An increase in traffic, following the introduction of Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) and the introduction of a new vessel, the MV Loch Seaforth, which is substantially larger in capacity and displacement tonnage than the existing ferry, were the key drivers behind this project.

Read more about Ullapool Harbour Berth Improvements HERE