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Supporting the Scottish National Gallery transformation

The Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh has been home to a hugely prestigious, multi-million-pound transformation project. The gallery, which houses Scotland’s national collection of fine art in the heart of a World Heritage site, has been the scene of an ongoing major revamp.

Plans included the creation of new exhibition spaces, an entrance in East Princes Street Gardens, a cafe and an extensive sandstone terrace, as well as the landscaping involved.

We were asked to provide technical advice on dealing with the topsoil erosion control needed as part of new landscaping and paths in the gallery’s grounds, home to many events throughout the year.

Read the case study for the full story of how we supported this project.

Geosynthetics being installed at Scottish National Gallery