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Inverness building project shortlisted for awards

By Rachel Smart

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National Treatment Centre Inverness. Picture: Niall Hastie
National Treatment Centre Inverness. Picture: Niall Hastie

One of Inverness’ recent building projects has been revealed as a finalist in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards, Scotland 2024.

National Treatment Centre - Highland has been shortlisted in the Public Sector Project category and is set to be judged by an expert panel.

The £48 million facility, which was opened last year, offers ophthalmology and orthopaedic services.

Featuring a high proportion of natural light, sensitive and contextual interior design, and careful connection with the landscape, the completed project is human-centric, with patients never more than thirty seconds from their treatment destination.

The RICS Awards showcase initiatives and developments in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. They recognise outstanding achievement, teamwork and companies.

Chairman of the Scotland RICS Awards judging panel, Colin Smith, said: “It is inspiring to see such inspirational projects in Scotland shortlisted for these awards. It is a true testament to the dedication of surveying professionals despite challenging times in recent years.”

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