A glimpse of the Royal Highland Show

Our team had a great time at both the Royal Highland Show and the GWCT Scottish Game Fair this past month.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by to have a look inside our showpod or to talk to one of our team.

Here's a glimpse of our busy weekend at the Royal Highland Show from 20th - 23rd June 😃

If you didn’t get the chance to “design your own” pod, have a look here.

Scottish Game Fair

Our team were delighted to exhibit our showpod, from our new Eco Lodges Range, at the Scottish Game Fair last weekend.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by, we were kept very busy and enjoyed meeting new people with lots of ideas.

If you would like a try at our new module designer portal, which allows you to design your own pod, have a look here.


Royal Highland Show

We had a great time at the Royal Highland Show with our showpod, meeting lots of new people and gaining interest in our Eco Lodges Range.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by to have a look, or talk to one of the team. We hope you had the chance to have a look at our “design your own” configurator. If you couldn’t make it, you can still try out this by clicking here.

We are now looking forward to the Scottish Game Fair, which takes place at Scone Palace on 5th - 7th July.

Re-Imagining the Garden City

We were delighted to offer advice to EcoResponsive Environments in coming up with the winning design in the Re-Imagining the Garden City competition.

This competition aimed to discover new designs for a modern garden city to meet the needs of the 21st century, whilst recapturing the pioneering spirit that led to the development of the world’s first garden city at Letchworth.

The EcoResponsive Environments team demonstrated a strong understanding of resource efficient design which built on team members' experience of living and delivering projects in less developed parts of the world, this led to them winning the competition!

Well done to EcoResponsive Environments.

Have a look at their winning designs here.


Isle of Rum Update

We have been busy working hard on a contract with MOWI for the provision of staff accommodation facilities to support their operations on the Isle of Rum. The accommodation has been constructed in our Invergordon premises over two phases and then shipped out to Rum in phases.

As we are nearing the conclusion of this project, we will share more updates soon, including photos and videos of the journey from Invergordon to Rum.

Dyson Progresses

With 24 units having made the journey from Invergordon to the holding hangar at Hullavington, the manufacturing of the student village for the Dyson Institute is well under way. Awaiting their cladding, and final finishing touches, the first few units will be moved onto site within the next month.