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Paisley Abbey Archaeology

The comprehensive historical research for the desk-based assessment allowed targeted archaeological evaluation trenches to be put in place on the footprint of the building and allowed our architectural colleagues to incorporate the archaeological survival within the design process for the new visitor centre.

Penicuik House

Penicuik House is a major ruin consolidation project being carried out over a period of seven years. Simpson & Brown is the lead consultant on the project. Works are due to complete in 2014.

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Pisgah

Pisgah is a Ristol development of two large family homes near Dunblane. As a former rural sawmill, the site led to the concept of using wide boards of timber cladding next to back bedded Caithness Stone.

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Place of Paisley

The Place of Paisley is a complex multi-period building adjacent to, and part of, Paisley Abbey. Containing elements from the medieval monastery, with a number of alterations over subsequent centuries (including an extended period in secular ownership) the building is of enormous significance, yet perhaps often overlooked by its immediate neighbour.

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Poltimore House

In 1999 Simpson & Brown was commissioned, in conjunction with Richard Murphy, to alter Poltimore House, a grade 2* listed building situated on the outskirts of Exeter, for use as a contemporary art gallery.

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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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