GLM deliver state of the art riding school for Olympic show jumper

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Building Surveying, Project Management

GLM deliver state of the art riding school for Olympic show jumper

Craig Mattocks at GLM was initially appointed as the CDM Coordinator for this project; tasked with ensuring the Client complied with important health and safety regulations (Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007) throughout the construction of the new equestrian facility. However, when former Olympic show jumper, Ian Stark OBE and his wife, Jenny, came to […]

13 Atholl Crescent: Home Again

Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Project Management, Residential

13 Atholl Crescent: Home Again

13 Atholl Crescent exemplifies the GLM seamless approach: from due diligence to project design and management. Work to convert this grand city centre townhouse turned office back into a splendid family home started just before Christmas. Formely occupied by Brodies Solicitors, it is destined to be the home to a young family.  It will also […]

GLM TRANSFORM JOHN O’ GROATS INTO A REMARKABLE TOURIST DESTINATION

Posted by on Sep 12, 2013 in Architecture, Project Management

GLM TRANSFORM JOHN O’ GROATS INTO A REMARKABLE TOURIST DESTINATION

Transforming a rundown tourist destination after years of neglect, GLM’s architects together with their project and construction management team have handed over the second phase of the ambitious redevelopment of John O’ Groats to client Natural Retreats.

Adaptive Reuse: Work on Heritage Constrained Buildings

Posted by on Apr 20, 2013 in Building Surveying, Project Management

Adaptive Reuse: Work on Heritage Constrained Buildings

The “preservation” of buildings can sometimes threaten their survival. The term “conservation” implies a more active process, one of breathing new life into old buildings.

GLM DELIVERS SINCLAIR PALACE AT ACKERGILL TOWER

Posted by on Dec 4, 2012 in Architecture, Project Management

GLM DELIVERS SINCLAIR PALACE AT ACKERGILL TOWER

Working with Clarenco Amazing Retreats, we have now completed the Sinclair Palace which fashions an exciting new banquet hall at Ackergill Tower, the ultra-upmarket castle on the dramatic north coast of Scotland.

Dunimarle Castle reawakens from a 100 year slumber

Posted by on Dec 2, 2012 in Architecture, Project Management

Dunimarle Castle reawakens from a 100 year slumber

If you look through the Buildings at Risk register you won’t find mention of A-listed Dunimarle Castle and if, arguably, it was at risk previously, its future has been secured thanks to the vision and determination of its present owner.  This magnificent property, which occupies an amazing position looking south over the Forth, has been […]

GLM appointed to refurbish Castle on Island of Mull

Posted by on Sep 1, 2012 in Building Surveying, Project Management

GLM appointed to refurbish Castle on Island of Mull

We are delighted to have been appointed to design and project manage significant restoration works to the stunning Torosay Castle on the Island of Mull.

GLM’s new ‘Niche FM’ service

Posted by on Aug 30, 2012 in Building Surveying, Project Management

GLM’s new ‘Niche FM’  service

Too small for Facilities Management (FM)?  How about Niche FM?  The major FM operators, like our esteemed client the mighty Mitie, specialise in providing facilities management services to large scale property owners with a maintenance budget in the £millions.  So if you are a property owner on a smaller scale is there no way you […]

GLM’s Design & Project Managment Team Transform bar

Posted by on May 31, 2012 in Architecture, Project Management

GLM’s Design & Project Managment Team Transform bar

GLM is proud to announce the completion of our latest project, The Fountain Bar.

Cost Effective Energy Savings

Posted by on Feb 24, 2011 in Building Surveying, Project Management

Cost Effective Energy Savings

Whilst more efficient plant and better insulation can make a significant difference to the energy performance of a building it is less well known that unintended air leakage and uncontrolled ventilation usually accounts for the majority of energy losses. In traditional and historic buildings the big wins can often be in the area of air […]