High Court, Edinburgh

High Court

Edinburgh KJ Tait Engineers undertook the MEP design for the creation of the new High Court facility in Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile. The facility includes four new High Court rooms and all associated judge, jury, witness and public areas. A low-energy design strategy was embodied within the

Inverleith House, Royal Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh

Inverleith House

Royal Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh Inverleith House, designed by David Henderson in 1774, was the founding home of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. It is now run by the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh and houses an innovative programme of temporary exhibitions, lectures and events that

Westminster College, Cambridge

Westminster College, Cambridge

Cambridge Westminster College Cambridge is a centre for learning within the United Reformed Church. The Grade II listed Arts and Crafts building includes residential accommodation, catering and dining facilities, a chapel, teaching and seminar spaces and administration offices. KJ Tait Engineers provided full MEP design services for

The Jockey Club Rooms, Newmarket

The Jockey Club Rooms

Newmarket The Jockey Club Rooms, in Newmarket, Suffolk have been at the heart of British horseracing for over 250 years. As an exclusive private members club, few people have viewed its magnificent interior and unparalleled collection of British sporting art and racing memorabilia. KJ Tait Engineers is

Great Hospital, Norwich

The Great Hospital

Norwich The Great Hospital was founded in 1249 and continues to provide care for the people of Norwich to this day. Located in one of the most important and historic areas of the city of Norwich, the site has a number of Grade I and II

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