This post looks at the points where materials selection and specification can support reducing our emissions in the built environment in Scotland.
This blog is about the opportunities for positive contribution that our towns and cities represent towards meeting our emissions reductions targets.
Space and water heating are responsible for most of the emissions from homes across Scotland - what can we do to reduce our emissions?
With an icy frosty spring, we went for a glazed option this time. Introducing a material new to the library this year, Glasglo.
Climate Change: The continuing role of Scotland’s communities to help reduce our emissions by 66% by 2032 has been highlighted in the past few months.
This two storey house with a bright and welcoming sun space showcase timber construction materials.
The building was prefabricated offsite using a modular timber system so that it could be constructed quickly in the short bulding season
This practical demonstration of the use of Scottish Grown Timber celebrates the life and achievements of botanist David Douglas.
Castlemilk stables required indent stone repairs showing best practice principles by retaining as much of the historic stonework as possible.
The layout of the site demanded high quality and hardwearing street surfaces so natural stone was used extensively.