Architecture, Construction & Surveying News

Explore the latest Architecture, Construction and Surveying news, including staff and student achievements and announcements.

  1. 18, February, 2016 Architecture students look to foster sense of place at Aberdeen tower blocks

    Third year architecture students 2016 - tower block project

    The third year students will focus on Hutcheon Court and Seamount Court while investigating the regeneration of council housing social spaces.  

  2. 10, February, 2016 RGU teams up with HITRANS to kick start design debate

    Dr Marianthi Leon and Prof. Richard Laing

    Experts at RGU are using laser scanning to help a regional transport partnership kick start a debate about the reactivation of one of its hubs.  

  3. 04, February, 2016 RGU students unveil Stirling Hill Quarry designs

    Steven Houston quarry design

    Architecture Technology students at RGU have come up with fresh ideas of how to regenerate an Aberdeenshire quarry.  

  4. 02, February, 2016 RGU appoints RICS industry professional as Visiting Professor

    Norman McLennan

    The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment at RGU has appointed Norman McLennan as a Visiting Professor.  

  5. 26, January, 2016 ‘On Point’ event examines best value in the energy sector

    On Point 2016

    The Scottish Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism, Fergus Ewing MSP, delivered the keynote address at an Aberdeen event focused on how to ensure best value in the energy sector.  

  6. 12, January, 2016 RGU lecturer co-authors new book

    Tahar Kouider

    A lecturer at RGU has co-authored a book aimed at helping architecture, engineering and construction SMEs prepare for a UK Government programme.  

  7. 11, January, 2016 First cohort of students graduate from RGU energy course

    Kirsteen Bell CPES award

    The first cohort of students has graduated from a commercial practice course aimed specifically at the energy sector at RGU.  

  8. 16, December, 2015 CIOB award sees Mercy end uni career on a high note

    Mercy Ogunnusi

    An international student who has spent a year away from her husband and children to gain a postgraduate degree is ending her time at RGU on a high note after being awarded an industry prize in recognition of her academic achievements.  

  9. 16, December, 2015 Industry prize for Oldmeldrum student

    Kristian Low

    Kristian Low (35), who is also celebrating graduating with distinction, was awarded the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) prize at a ceremony held by the Scott Sutherland School.  

  10. 15, December, 2015 Hundreds of north-east pupils celebrate completion of ‘Access To’ programme at RGU

    Access To Health Professions L-R Megan Karakus and Chloe Craighead

    More than 200 S5 and S6 pupils from across Aberdeen City and Shire have taken part in this year’s ‘Access To’ programme at RGU, which gives them a taste of university life.  

  1. The Big Crit

    Big Crit

    Final year student showcased plans for Buckie harbour

    Cian O’Riordan Architecture BSc/ MArch

“I chose to study at Robert Gordon University because I was keen to attend an architecture school which had close links to an art college whilst also providing a technically focused course.”

Aisling Shannon Architecture BSc/ MArch

Events

  1. 14, December, 2017 Exhibition of Stage 5 Architecture Student Work

    Stage 5 Architecture students have created an exhibition covering a variety of issues affecting Scotland today.  

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