The contractor behind the multi-million-pound renovation of Aberdeen’s Provost Skene’s House is working to mitigate construction work delays, a new report has revealed.
Provost Skene’s House
The life of an Aberdeen woman who helped reveal the hidden mysteries of ancient Egypt will be celebrated at a new city attraction.
Work will finally begin on Monday on the long-awaited redevelopment of Provost Skene’s House in Aberdeen.
The council has today confirmed work on Provost Skene's House will get under way later this month.
The project, which would involve internal works to transform the building into a Hall of Heroes, is expected to be completed by autumn 2020.
Work to revamp the historic Provost Skene’s House will begin this summer.
Contracts for a number of major Aberdeen projects are due to be signed by the end of this month.
Plans for a famed Aberdeen attraction could change if the building is in a worse condition than expected.
The opening date for a new Aberdeen attraction has been pushed back again – and the budget for the work is £2.3 million more than originally anticipated.
Council bosses are in the process of appointing a contractor to transform one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings into a tourist attraction.
Plans to reopen one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings as a museum featuring a Hall of Heroes have taken a major step forward.
North-east cyclists have taken to the streets of Aberdeen to lobby for better infrastructure.
One of Aberdeen’s most historic buildings is to undergo a major renovation after councillors approved spending additional cash on the project.
Both Aberdeen Art Gallery and Provost Skene's House have been delayed and likely won't open until 2019.
An investigation into delays with two major Aberdeen projects has been called for by the council’s culture chief.
The refurbishment of an Aberdeen city centre landmark has been delayed as the initial cost of the work was underestimated.
Construction workers have been "put at risk" at the Marischal Square development, according to safety bosses.
Aberdeen City Council has suspended contract regulations to ensure work to refurbish one of the city’s most historic buildings is not delayed.
Votes have been pouring in from the public for a Hall of Heroes that will form part of a new Aberdeen attraction.
From Nobel-winning scientists to stars of the stage to sporting champions – a dazzling array of talent will be celebrated at a new Aberdeen visitor attraction.
An Aberdeen museum is to be given a major £1.5 million refurbishment.