The awards, which are amongst the most prestigious in Scotland, will take place this autumn and will “…celebrate the diversity of the best of new housing in Scotland, recognising the contribution it makes to social and cultural conversations.”
Queens Quay, a 146-home development designed by MAST Architects, is part of the mixed-use regeneration of the former John Brown Shipyard in Clydebank. delivered by CCG on behalf of Loretto, West Dunbartonshire Council, Clydebank Housing Association, and Wheatley Group, the development is shortlisted in the ‘Multiple Public Dwelling Award’ category.
Arc-Tech installed Heat Interface Units (HIUs) in each dwelling. These units transfer energy from a heating network to the individual home and provide heating and hot water services. The district heating network at Queens Quay is one of the UK’s most innovative, with an on-site energy centre integrated with a combined Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) system that powers the Queens Quay masterplan and the wider township of Clydebank.
Also shortlisted for the ‘Multiple Public Dwelling Award’ is North Gate, another recent winner from this year’s Scottish Design Awards,
The 31-home project was constructed by CCG on behalf of New Gorbals Housing Association, was designed by Page/Park Architects and is the culmination of over 30 years of regeneration on Crown Street in the southside of Glasgow.
Arc-Tech provided Renewable Services and installed 75 solar PV panels to support the project’s delivery. This project is one of two that Arc-Tech contributed to on Crown Street, having provided a turnkey M&E Services package for the NGHA Office building, which opened in 2019.
For the full list of the 2023 shortlist, CLICK HERE.< back