The Data Lab, Scotland’s innovation centre for data and AI, is providing funding to a Dundee-based thermal imaging company IRT to allow them to develop and use AI to reduce heat loss in homes and support Scotland's net-zero strategy.
A new post-graduate course to improve the energy efficiency of buildings has been given the go-ahead at The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment, at Robert Gordon University (RGU), as the university successfully joins the UK Green Building Council.
Master’s students from the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture at Robert Gordon University who are working with islanders from South Uist to map out a sustainable future for the island have identified social housing as a key priority.
Students from the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have designed a series of small, affordable houses as part of a project with Grampian Housing Association.
A collaboration between Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the Torry Development Trust will bring together expertise in health and social care, architecture and the creative arts, to inform and design the regeneration of the former Victoria Road School in Torry.
Academic researchers are conducting a study into an innovative housing construction method which could help to bring down the cost for homebuyers. The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment at Robert Gordon University (RGU) is collaborating with the Construction Scotland Innov
James Valentine (left) receives his award from Neil Clapperton, chief executive of Grampian Housing Association A quantity surveying graduate of Robert Gordon University has been awarded an annual prize in memory of a former chairman of Grampian Housing Association.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYL19W3SonE&feature=youtu.be The site of Aberdeen’s former HMP Craiginches will soon feature a communal garden inspired by the historic prison’s past thanks to help by Sanctuary.
(from left) - Elliot Gillard (architecture student), Judith Bisset (occupational therapy lecturer), Liam Davies (architecture student) 4th from left is Faith Mutyiri (occupational therapy student), Dawn Mitchell (subject lead occupational therapy), Ellen Clyde (occupational therapy student) and Neil
Artist's impressions of the interior of a ‘FIT Home’ A ground breaking new project which aims to develop an effective falls prediction system that can be installed in peoples’ homes has secured almost £100,000 in new funding.
Dr Quazi Mahtab Zaman Architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have been tasked with developing ideas to promote a sense of neighbourhood in two council housing tower blocks in Aberdeen.
Greg Roger (left) and Neil Clapperton, chief executive of Grampian Housing Association A quantity surveying graduate has been named as the second winner of a prize in memory of a former chairman of Grampian Housing Association (GHA).
Mr Hosie inspects a cutaway portion of the steel structure in a property at Noran Avenue. (from left) Derek Black, Abertay Housing Association asset manager, Stewart Hosie, Michael Dignan, lecturer in Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Building Environment at Robert Gordon's University, Fin