Collegelands is one of Scotland’s largest regeneration projects. The site which was the founding place of the University of Glasgow takes up 1.1m square feet on the corner of High Street and Duke Street in Glasgow.
Working in partnership with Dawn Construction, the project consisted of Grade A office space and a 1,220 space multi-storey car park.
The project involved the regeneration of a derelict 13 acre site in the east end of the city, which was formerly a railway goods yard.
The project won the British Council for Offices award 2013 and the BREEAM Excellent rating brings environmental standards at a competitive cost.
Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries (RSBi) manufactured and supplied the kit panels, kitchens and office furniture.
The entire fit-out of the office blocks and car park was carried out by City Building tradespeople and all the office furniture was manufactured at Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries (RSBi) in Glasgow, one of Europe’s largest supported factories.