Scotland House Brussels was opened by the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, at the end of last month following an 8-month fit-out process.
Working in partnership with the Scottish Government and main contractor Worksmart, Graham + Sibbald advised on the project after also advising on last year’s opening of Scotland House in London.
Scotland House Brussels totals 980 square metres and comprises open plan working space for both the Scottish Government and Scottish Enterprise, individual offices for ministers, conference space and meeting rooms, along with a communal hub space and desks for associated members.
Graham + Sibbald’s team, led by Construction Partner David Ross and Senior Building Surveyor Scott Spittal, provided commercial property services in one of the firm’s largest contracts of the year to date.
David Ross said: “Scotland House Brussels is a cutting edge work space fitting for what is Scotland’s main hub in Europe. Like London, the building employs the latest technologies and fixtures and fittings that represent the best of Scotland’s manufacturing industries.”
Calum Campbell, Managing Partner, Graham + Sibbald, said: “We were thrilled to be working with the Scottish Government and Worksmart again, this time in mainland Europe, and it illustrates the ability of our team to tackle quite complex cross-border projects.”
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