THE Angus Access Panel's Rod McFarlane Award has been presented to Carlogie Primary School in Carnoustie. Angus Provost Ruth Leslie Melville was at the school to present the award.
Carlogie Primary was developed by Robertson Eastern as part of Robertson Capital Projects' recently completed seven school £50m Forfar/Carnoustie Schools PPP Project for Angus Council.
The construction, investment, development and facilities management group Robertson, delivered a turnover down four per cent at £157.1million and recorded pre-tax losses of £2million.
Despite posting losses to the year end November 30, 2008 Executive Chairman Bill Robertson believes the group are well positioned to exploit the next growth cycle.
The fifth school to be completed as part of Angus Council's £50m new schools project in Forfar and Carnoustie has been officially opened.
Carlogie Primary School formed a unique part of the project as it was the only element which involved a full refurbishment of an existing building.
Robertson joined Angus Council to welcome pupils into the new Carnoustie High School.
The school is the largest development to be delivered under the council's £50million Forfar/Carnoustie schools building programme.
On Tuesday 19th May Aura Newcastle was awarded "Best Private Sector Consortium" at the 11th anniversary of the Public Private Finance Awards, hosted by Hugh Dennis.
Robertson joined Dundee City Council to welcome pupils into the first school to be delivered during the second phase of the city's £90million schools re-building programme.
Robertson Facilities Management has won a prestigious contract with Highlands and Islands Enterprise to carry out all hard and soft facilities management services for Phases one, two & three of the stunning £23m Centre for Health Science in Inverness.
Robertson joined Dundee City Council on Friday January 9 to welcome pupils into the new St Paul's RC Academy, the latest school to be constructed under Dundee City Council's £90 million PPP programme.