Back in the 1990s, the RIAS entered an international mini football tournament between architects from England, Scotland, Spain and Morocco. The call from the RIAS came out and Keith Cameron [centre] from P+H managed to grab one of the jerseys [the blue and black striped jerseys borrowed from the English team]. Scotland didn’t have their own kit but Spain and Morocco had their own band on the touchline with trumpets and drums!
A 3-2 win over Spain was followed by a 1-0 defeat to Morocco. Fortunately Scotland didn’t have to play England who had run up pretty high scores against the other two nations…
Sheppard Robson and Patience and Highmore’s 179 unit housing development at Warriston Road, Edinburgh starts to emerge from the scaffold.
Patience and Highmore’s Cameron Allan and Daniel Laidlaw were part of the winning Edinburgh team at the RIAS Inter Chapter Golf Tournament in Crieff on Wednesday. As Cameron’s score was the highest in the team, the Giscol Trophy is now residing in our offices…
Our affordable housing development at Harbour Gateway, the latest in a series of Patience and Highmore developments at Western Harbour, Edinburgh starts to show itself from behind the scaffolds….
Our transformation of the existing mortuary building to a new Paediatric Suite is almost complete.
A shot from the top level of our recently completed project in Edinburgh.
We are pleased to announce that our ISO 9001: 2008 registration has been assessed and renewed.
Our hospital reconfiguration project at Duns makes it on to the BBC News website….
Our Telford Church project in Berneray has been included in the Scottish Government’s Inspirational Designs section of their website.
Our just completed Medical Centre at Ormiston has achieved an “A” rating for energy performance and a “Silver Active” rating for Sustainability.