Drum Property Group has been selected as a finalist for Property Company of the year for the third year in succession at the Scottish Property Awards. A top panel of industry experts has also chosen two Drum developments as finalists across three categories at the annual event.
Statoil’s headquarters, and Kingshill View, Anderson Anderson Brown’s new head office, both at Prime Four Business Park, have been short-listed for Development of the Year (Commercial); and Kingshill View has also been selected to progress to the final of the Architectural Excellence Award (commercial buildings) having been entered by architects Halliday Fraser Munro.
The top performing buildings and companies will be announced at the Awards in March 2017, at Scottish commercial property’s biggest celebration.
Paul Curran, Chair of the Scottish Property Federation and one of the 2017 judges, commented;
“I was pleased to see such a wide range of projects considered and a very high standard of entries. I think that it’s important that we take the time out of our day to day to celebrate our achievements in Scottish commercial property, the sector goes from strength to strength.”
Drum joins a list of high profile contenders which include the best new developments in Scotland. The Scottish Property Awards represents the highest accolade in the commercial and public, property and construction industries, with a judging panel representing some of the most respected experts in the UK.