Architecture and planning practice Halliday Fraser Munro last night secured two wins at the prestigious annual Scottish Property Awards.
The firm was awarded ‘The Business Resilience Award’ with Inverurie Community Campus receiving ‘Development of the Year’ alongside hub North Scotland, Robertson Construction and Aberdeenshire Council. The stunning new £55 million Inverurie Community Campus, found in the heart of the Aberdeenshire town, replaced two existing community buildings and incorporated two existing schools under one roof to provide a new civic centre for the town and the surrounding area.
With last year being dominated by Covid-19, Halliday Fraser Munro also demonstrated to the judges panel its resilience by responding quickly and effectively to the pandemic. Throughout the pandemic, Halliday Fraser Munro continued to perform strongly. It maintained service on over £500 million worth of construction projects nationally, while winning £100m worth of new work.
David Halliday, Managing Director of Halliday Fraser Munro, said: “We’re delighted that the judges saw the value we brought to not only Inverurie Community Campus but the town.
“Our team have shown real resilience throughout the pandemic so it’s a real asset and confidence booster to have gained recognition in such a prestigious and new award category. We look forward to continuing our work in communities throughout the rest of 2021.”
Halliday Fraser Munro is an award winning architecture and planning practice. Founded in 1993, we have a proven record of providing quality architecture which responds to our client’s aesthetic, technical and budgetary requirements. We ensure efficient and cost effective project delivery through a proactive, collaborative approach combined with commercial understanding and responsive management.