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About adrianwelch

Adrian Welch was born in Kincardineshire, Scotland and attended school in Scotland. He completed his Architecture degree in 1992, attending Manchester University. After a year-out working as an architectural assistant in Manchester he attended The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where he did a Diploma in Architecture.

Citizens Theatre Redevelopment, Gorbals Renovation

Grant of £4.8 m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for transformational renovation and expansion of Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre by Bennetts Associates, architects: refurbishing the historic auditorium whilst sweeping away later piecemeal additions to allow a wraparound new build structure.
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Hazelwood School, Glasgow

Listed in “Inspiring Innovations in Education” 100 Global Inspiring Innovations of 2017 by HundrED. Three articles recognise this Glasgow school as among world's best: American Institute of Architects 8 world best school designs ; noted by The Smithsonian Institute re best classroom design for the 21st Century ; listed by RIBA as one of the top five school buildings in the world.
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Glasgow Housing, Flats – Strathclyde Homes

Glasgow Housing, Redevelopment, Flats, Homes, Towerblocks, Houses, Projects
Glasgow Housing
Residential Development in Strathclyde, west Scotland

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Glasgow Housing News

19 Apr 2018
Sighthill Regeneration – Transformational Regeneration Area

Glasgow City Council has signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver more than 800 new homes at the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) in the city. […]

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Glasgow Building News 2017

Glasgow architecture news - daily updates in the working week for Strathclyde buildings and architects with Glasgow property news and construction sector stories.
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Adult services for the visually impaired

2016 marked the official opening of a brand new Allermuir service in Edinburgh, by blind charity Royal Blind. The ribbon cutting ceremony, led by Neil Findlay MSP, Chair of the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee, introduced the new residence for visually impaired adults with complex needs.
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Glasgow Queen Street Station – Railway Building

Network Rail have been granted permission to proceed with a major facelift of Queen Street Station by BDP architects. Scotland’s third busiest station, with 20m passengers a year, needs to expand to meet predicted growth to 28m passengers by 2030.
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Pacific Quay, Glasgow

Drum has been appointed by Scottish Enterprise to take forward the next redevelopment phase at Pacific Drive, Pacific Quay, at the heart of one of the city’s most exciting business and leisure destinations.
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Perth City Hall Building

Top architects competing to transform Perth City Hall into cultural attraction: Austin Smith Lord, Hoskins Architects, LDN, Mecanoo and Richard Murphy Architects.
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Cooper Cromar Architects: Architecture Practice Scotland

Cooper Cromar, one of the UK’s leading and multi-award winning Architectural Practices, is delighted to announce, as of the 1st September 2016, the successful completion of a Management Buy Out by the existing senior management team of Steven Carroll, Simon Walsh and Graham Forsyth.
By |April 7th, 2017|Uncategorised|Comments Off on Cooper Cromar Architects: Architecture Practice Scotland

University of Glasgow: Kelvinside Building

Glasgow City Council approval for The University of Glasgow to proceed with an ambitious campus masterplan after awarding planning in principle for the former Western Infirmary site.
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