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February 23 2009

Robinson Low Francis aim High
Robinson Low Francis have been appointed by six of Scotland’s public sector organisations to provide a range of construction and property-related services including project management of the new Anderson High School in Lerwick for Shetland Islands Council.

Aberdeenshire Council, Glasgow City Council and The Moray Council have chosen Robinson Low Francis to provide quantity surveying and cost consultancy services under a Framework Agreement.
 
Elsewhere Robinson Low Francis’s have been appointed by NHS Ayrshire and Arran and SPT (Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) to provide quantity surveying services under a long term Framework Agreement.
 
These Framework Agreements call for Robinson Low Francis to provide expert advice and a variety of quantity surveying services on a wide range of construction projects including schools, swimming pools, libraries, railway stations, hospitals, health centres and housing schemes.
 
The appointments effectively grant Robinson Low Francis ‘preferred supplier’ status.
 
Last year Robinson Low Francis marked the 100th anniversary of its Glasgow office by sponsoring a major exhibition by The Mackintosh School of Architecture to look at Glasgow in 2057, a no-holds barred approach to envision the potential futures that await us. 

Pictured: David Thomson, Managing Partner for Robinson Low Francis in Scotland

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