KJ Tait Engineers provided MEP engineering services design at two prestigious sites for luxury home developer AMA Homes.
Cramond Campus is a luxury residential housing development within the grounds of the former Dunfermline College of Education surrounded by mature woodlands, a designated archaeological site and the historic Cramond House. This joint venture between AMA and Bryant Homes saw AMA create a variety of flats and houses finished to the very high standards synonymous with AMA developments.
Waterstones Printers, founded in 1752, was Edinburgh’s oldest company and Scotland’s oldest manufacturing company. Their relocation to purpose-built accommodation provided the opportunity for the development of The Printhouse, which created exclusive one, two and three-bedroom loft-style apartments, restoring this Canonmills landmark building to its former glory. Whilst there would have been space to include an extra level, the floor heights were not compromised, allowing the large windows to bathe the living rooms in natural light. To the rear, a landscaped courtyard and garden provides an external communal living space.
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