Building Futures


Great design acts as the conduit between client and customer and the Scottish Design Awards stand as a lynchpin of that relationship.

Bringing together different ends of the spectrum and commemorating everything from branding to packaging, to architecture and planning, the Scottish Design Awards is always a fascinating milestone in the awards calendar.

Every year, the event celebrates the exceptional talent of Scottish designers, some of whom CCG has had the pleasure of working alongside on two projects that will be vying for a win on the 27th of June.

A first since its completion in late 2023, St Andrew’s Drive Phases 2 and 3 in Polloksields, Glasgow, is a development of 120, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments and maisonette homes constructed by CCG on behalf of Southside Housing Association.

These vibrant new homes have replaced a 1960s concrete block and, thanks to a landscape-led masterplan with shared private and public garden spaces, have created a renewed sense of place in one of Glasgow’s most buoyant communities.

A finalist in the Residential Category, CCG congratulates the JM Architects team on receiving this accolade.

Nominated in the Regeneration Category, Paisley Learning and Cultural Hub continues to receive industry acclaim.

Delivered by CCG on behalf of Renfrewshire Council with hub West Scotland, this fantastic, new and dynamic community facility has reinvigorated a dilapidated and constrained historic building located on Paisley High Street.

A children’s library, reading rooms, nooks, IT, and WI-F offer a safe and interactive place for people young and old to learn whilst bringing community members back to the town centre.

CCG congratulates the Collective Architecture team on their stellar job on this project and also for our third and final nomination for this year’s awards: Watson Street.

Located in Merchant City, CCG constructed the 46-home development on behalf of Lowther, a member of Wheatley Group, and with all nine of its storeys, it is certainly a landmark project in Glasgow’s city centre.

Everyone at CCG wishes all of this year’s finalists the best of luck!

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