Banff and Buchan College, Fraserburgh

North East Scotland College

Fraserburgh Formerly Banff & Buchan College, KJ Tait Engineers undertook full MEP engineering services design and BREEAM consultancy for the redevelopment of the College’s main campus building in Fraserburgh. The project comprised the refurbishment of 3,650 m² of the existing building with significant new build elements including

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Queen Margaret University

Edinburgh A significant aspect of the project was the relocation from various diverse sites throughout Edinburgh to a single consolidated campus on a greenfield site at Old Craighall. KJ Tait Engineers, involved from the earliest stages of masterplanning, designed the utilities infrastructure and were retained (by winning

Forth Valley College, Alloa and Stirling

Forth Valley College

Alloa, Stirling and Falkirk Forth Valley College’s new campuses at Stirling, Alloa and Falkirk represent a major new development for further and higher education in Central Scotland.  KJ Tait have undertaken MEP detailed design on all three projects. In Stirling a new £15m, 7,500 m² campus provides

Cranfield University, Bedfordshire

Cranfield University

Bedfordshire The Silsoe Relocate Project involved the relocation of all the health science department and student accommodation located at Cranfield University’s Silsoe Campus to new bespoke facilities at Cranfield. The £25m project also involved the reinforcement of the utility services at Cranfield to ensure that the

Cavendish Laboratory - Physics of Medicine

University of Cambridge

KJ Tait Engineers has a strong working relationship with the University of Cambridge, developed over the past ten years. Projects range from minor works within existing buildings to full design of major new projects. Much of the estate involves working within occupied buildings with specific

Robert Gordon University

Aberdeen KJ Tait Engineers provided full MEP design services, and sustainability and BREEAM consultancy for the redevelopment of the Garthdee campus. This £100m masterplan project incorporates a major new 25,000 m² academic building for the schools of Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Engineering and Computing; a phase 2

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