INVERURIE-based William Lippe Architects have just announced completion of a £300,000 project in Aberdeen.
The architecture and space planning firm was involved in the creation of a new, purpose-built training suite and extended offices for precision dimensional control and laser scanning company Scopus Engineering Ltd at Howemoss Drive, Dyce, Aberdeen.
The project comprised a two-storey, 415m energy efficient extension at the back of the existing office block and also included the provision of additional car and bicycle parking spaces.
Design work was carried out by William Lippe Architects and construction work was completed by Anderson Construction.
Commenting on the project, William Lippe Architects technical director, Stuart Naysmith, said: “This project is a great example of successful team work where the design and construction teams worked and communicated very well together to get the client’s desired end result.”
Scopus Engineering Ltd director, Tom Bryce, added: “We are absolutely delighted with the way the project went, from the drawings stage up to project completion. As when we completed the first extension, the working relationship between William Lippe Architects and Scopus Engineering Ltd was first class.”
Founded in 1985, William Lippe Architects employ 13 staff and provide top quality, professional architectural, space planning and associated services from inception to completion to residential and commercial clients throughout Scotland.
For further information visit www.lippe-architects.co.uk or call (01467) 622785.
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