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.

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.