Coltart Earley Architecture

Coltart Earley Architecture have the skills and resources to provide a range of services. Our main services are: Architectural Design, Conservation Architecture, Masterplanning, Feasibility Studies, Design & Build, Partnering, Planning Supervision, Sustainable Design, 3D Modelling and Interior Design.

Chartered Practice

Coltart Earley Architecture is an RIAS Chartered Practice.

Address

559 Sauchiehall Street
Charing Cross
GLASGOW G3 7PQ
United Kingdom

Telephone

0141 353 7488

Facsimile

0141 353 7499

Specialisms

  • Commercial
  • Conservation
  • Education
  • Health
  • Historic
  • House extensions and renovations
  • Industrial
  • Interior design
  • Masterplanning
  • Public
  • Refurbishment
  • Residential
  • Sustainability

Awards won

  • 2005 Civic Trust Commendation for Hamilton Town House Regeneration Project with South Lanarkshire Council – Grade A Listed
  • Two 2005 National Public Library Awards from the Public Libraries Group of the Chartered Institute of Library and
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects 2005 Award Shortlisting for Hamilton Town House Regeneration Project with South Lanarkshire Council – Grade A Listed.
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects 2002 Award Shortlisting for Special Needs Housing at Helenvale Street for Parkhead Housing Association.
  • 2006 Daily Mail Best Development Awards, Cathcart Church Conversion in Glasgow for CCG Homes Ltd – Grade B Listed.
  • Homes for Scotland runner up award in the Urban Housing Category 2002 for Cooperage Place, Student Village at Sandyford Street, Glasgow for Elphinstone Ltd.
  • Limited Design Competition for 56 new build houses and flats at the Circuit in Cambuslang for Rutherglen and Cambuslang Housing Association promoted by Communities Scotland.
  • Masterplanning and Community Regeneration Competition Win for Cernach Housing Association at Fettercairn Avenue, Drumchapel. Promoted by Glasgow City Council.
  • Masterplanning and Community Regeneration Competition Win for Kingsridge Cleddans Housing Association, Drumchapel. Promoted by Glasgow City Council.
  • Competition Win for Urban Infill Housing for Parkhead Housing Association at Powfoot Street and Beattock Street, Parkhead in association with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.
  • Competition Win for Urban Infill Housing for Parkhead Housing Association at West Main Street, Parkhead in association with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.
  • Stirling Civic Trust Biennial Architectural Competition 2011. Highly Commended for the Best Restoration 2007-2011 for Museum Hall, Bridge of Allan.
  • Scottish Home Awards 2011, Winner of Conversion of the Year for Museum Hall, Bridge of Allan.