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The Chapel of St. Albert the Great

The Chapel of St. Albert the Great is an award winning new build chapel located within the gardens of a Georgian town house in George Square, Edinburgh.

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Yester Kirk

Yester Kirk is a category A-listed 18th century church in Gifford, East Lothian. Simpson & Brown carried out extensive repairs to both the interior and exterior of the Church, significantly improving the condition and internal ambiance.

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St. Giles' Cathedral

Simpson & Brown carried out extensive work at St. Giles Cathedral over a period of twenty years. Works included the reordering of the interior along with extensive stone and lead repairs to the external fabric.

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Paisley Abbey

Simpson & Brown has been commissioned to write a conservation plan for Paisley Abbey and the Place of Paisley and to design a new building that completes the missing west side of the cloister.

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Queen's Cross Church

A scheme of fabric repairs and internal alterations to Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Queen's Cross Church in Glasgow was completed in December 2006 for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society.

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Steeple Church, Dundee

The Steeple Development Project, completed in 2012, involved the modernisation of internal spaces of the church to facilitate modern worship and provide additional conference facilities

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