Past Projects


Quartermile Re-development, Edinburgh

quartermile-redevelopmentA £350 million re-development of the former Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh site comprising extensive demolition, refurbishment and new build works to provide 650no. prestigious apartments, 460,000 sq. ft. of commercial office and retail space, underground car parking as well as hotel, social and leisure facilities within a landscaped setting.

The project is multi award winning and has been described as the most important and exciting regeneration project in Edinburgh, delivering new standards in design and quality.

 


 

Great North Tower, Manchester

Great-north-towerThe project which consists of 237no. residential units in three towers and includes underground parking facilities and retail units at ground floor level. The tallest tower, facing Windmill Street, is 26 storeys in height. The site is situated in the centre of Manchester, adjacent to the G-Mex Centre and the Manchester International Convention Centre.

 


 

Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick

Scottish-seabird-centreC-MIST were appointed as CDM Co-ordinator for this award winning five star visitor centre, occupying a prominent location on the shore front in the seaside town of North Berwick.
The building incorporates exhibitions on birdlife and also links to cameras sited on the nearby islands of the Firth of Forth to allow visitors to view the birdlife in their natural habitat. A striking feature of the building is the flowing curved roof.

 


 

Donaldson’s College, Linlithgow

Donaldsons-collegeC-MIST were appointed as CDM Co-ordinator for this £2.5 million grant funded project comprising the construction of a school and residential accommodation for children with hearing difficulties.
The new building, designed in close collaboration with staff and pupils, accommodates the curriculum which Donaldson has developed to meet the needs of its pupils at nursery, primary and secondary levels. In addition, it will be a home-from-home for about 30 pupils during the week, requiring a different set of responses from the building in terms of scale, feel and security

 


 

Business-incubation-centre

Business Incubation Centre, Alba Campus, Livingston

C-MIST were appointed as CDM Co-ordinator for this project consisting of the construction of a 2 storey building forming individual units providing accommodation for small businesses.
External work included forming car-parking, footpaths, drainage and a new access road. Services (power, gas, water and telecommunications) were brought into the site as part of this project.
The centre is designed to offer a “quick-start” location for micro-electronics firms and their design activities and provides a range of accommodation, from start-up suites, allowing immediate entry, to purpose-built properties.

 


 

Kinleith Mill

Kinleith Mill, Edinburgh

Kinleith Mill, Edinburgh is currently derelict and unoccupied and the site has been partially cleared in preparation for a housing development. C-MIST was commissioned by DTZ, to survey the building and site to identify significant risks to the public while it awaits development.

 


 

Archdiocese of Glasgow

C-MIST is employed by the Archdiocese of Glasgow, to provide health & safety inspections and audits for their churches, halls and residential accommodation. The inspections are undertaken biannually .

 


 

Gareth-hoskins

Gareth Hoskins Architects

C-MIST was commissioned by Gareth Hoskins Architects, an award winning practice, to assist in developing and implementing appropriate health and safety procedures.

Initially C-MIST developed and implemented a basic health and safety office package, including procedures for site visits and designer’s duties under the CDM Regulations.
A second stage provided formal training, particularly in relation to CDM Regulations matters.

 


 

Victoria-albert-museum

Victoria and Albert Museum, Dundee

CMIST have been appointed as CDM advisor for the new V&A Museum of Design following and international design competition which was won by Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates. The building is due to open to the public in June 2018