Faithful+Gould is delighted that two of its projects have been shortlisted for Project of the Year at this years’ Education Buildings Scotland awards

Cheryl Watson
Both our University of Edinburgh projects, Bayes Centre and Edinburgh Law School Refurbishment in Old College will go head to head along with seven other education projects across Scotland to be crowned Project of the Year.

This award recognises a new build or refurbishment project which provides exemplar demonstration of a number of principles of the Learning Estate Strategy and transferrable lessons for other projects.

We wish good luck to our client The University of Edinburgh who has been shortlisted for ‘Client of the Year’ award. University of Edinburgh is creating outstanding teaching and learning spaces, evident through recently completed projects such as Bayes Centre, Lister Learning and Teaching Centre and Old College.

Our school project, Stoneywood Primary School has also been shortlisted in the ‘Innovation in Delivering Value’ and Inspiring Learning Spaces’ categories.

The award ceremony is part of a conference, held at EICC: Edinburgh International Conference Centre, bringing Scottish education built environment and policy professionals together from early years, schools, colleges and universities for two days under one roof.

The Education Buildings Scotland Awards will take place on Wednesday 27th November at the Sheraton Grand Hotel. To find out more please visit

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