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Building & Construction

At Castle Group Scotland we have a vast array of long-term clients who have entrusted us to continually repair and maintain buildings right across the country.

Below we feature just a few of our projects outlining the variety of work undertaken as well as the scale of each project.

Case Studies


Concrete Canvas,

Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) used to line a culvert in Earlston, Scotland.


Craig Tara, Ayrshire

Tidal Outfall Pipework Renewal with associated General Civil Works in Ayrshire.

Further Studies


Princes Street, Edinburgh

Client Prudential Assurance (via King Sturge)
Value £1,100,000
Scope Concrete repairs, rendered external wall insulation, cladding panel fixing and re-roofing.
Features Working above Princes Street. Work to an occupied building.

Dundee Housing

Client Prudential Assurance (via King Sturge)
Value £150,000 per year (on average)
Scope Various structural repairs to low, medium and high rise housing stock.
Features Well over 1,000 individual addresses worked on.

Fountainpark, Edinburgh

Client Leisure Park
Value £500,000
Scope Concrete repair and waterproof decking to multi-storey car park slabs.
Features Phased working to allow car park to remain operational at all times.


Client Babcock International
Value £265,000
Scope Construction of reinforced concrete bases for overhead power lines.
Features This was one of the first enabling projects required on the CMC to allow a major upgrade of the OHL network.

Glenormiston Bridge

Client Borders Council
Value £360,000
Scope Construction of a new steel cable stayed bridge (42m span) over the river Tweed, including ground anchor foundations.
Features One of the few new cable stayed bridges built recently in Scotland.

Wade Bridge,

Client Perth and Kinross Council
Value £120,000
Scope Natural stone repairs, indenting, and lime pointing including conservation of stone features.
Features ‘A’ listed bridge structure.