© All rights reserved. Courtesy of David Ross.  Photo taken 1956. From left to right: John Chalmers, Robert Greenoak (technician), David Ross.  At rear Thomas Gibson and half-hidden Stan Lambert. 

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Basic Biographical Details

Name: H M Office of Works (later Ministry of Works, Department of the Environment and Property Services Agency)
Designation: Architectural practice
Started:  
Ended:  
Bio Notes: Offices in Edinburgh, London, Bristol and Manchester. Known as the Ministry of Works from 1943; renamed the Ministry of Public Building and Works in 1962, and absorbed into the Department of the Environment in 1970, although most Works functions were transferred to the Property Services Agency (PSA), which was created as an autonomous agency in 1972.

Private and Business Addresses

The following private or business addresses are associated with this architectural practice:
 AddressTypeDate fromDate toNotes
Item 1 of 947, Victoria Street, Westminster, London, EnglandBusiness1909 * London office
Item 2 of 93, Parliament Square, Edinburgh, ScotlandBusinessBefore 1911Before 1929Edinburgh office
Item 3 of 9Storey's Gate, London SW, EnglandBusiness1926 *  
Item 4 of 9King Charles Street, London, EnglandBusiness1927 *  
Item 5 of 9122, George Street, Edinburgh, ScotlandBusinessBefore 1929After 1936Edinburgh office
Item 6 of 976, Newton Street, Manchester, EnglandBusinessBefore 1936After 1940Manchester office
Item 7 of 9Great Westminster House, Horseferry Road, London, EnglandBusiness1938 * Included Post Office Department
Item 8 of 9Ministry of Works Buildings, Rhyl, Denbighshire, WalesBusiness1941 * Rhyl, Denbighshire office
Item 9 of 9Viceroy Close, Bristol Road, Birmingham, EnglandBusiness1947 * Birmingham office

* earliest date known from documented sources.


Employment and Training

Employers

The following individuals or organisations employed or trained this architectural practice (click on an item to view details):
 NameDate fromDate toPositionNotes
Item 1 of 1W Grant Watlingc. 1930   

Employees or Pupils

The following individuals were employed or trained by this architectural practice (click on an item to view details):
 NameDate fromDate toPositionNotes
Item 1 of 250J W Hay  Draughtsman 
Item 2 of 250Stewart Sim  Senior Architect 
Item 3 of 250R Morris    
Item 4 of 250Allan Aitken  Architect 
Item 5 of 250John Peter MacBryde  Planning OfficerOfficial title was 'Planning Inspector'.
Item 6 of 250Thomas Smith Peace (senior) Before 1869AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under Robert Matheson
Item 7 of 250James Campbell MacKay After 1960Architect 
Item 8 of 250Sydney Smirke18271832Clerk 
Item 9 of 250Robert Reid18271839Chief ArchitectArchitect for Scotland
Item 10 of 250James Raeburn18271839Clerk of WorksIn Edinburgh office - Principal Clerk of Works
Item 11 of 250Robert Matheson18281848Junior ClerkIn Edinburgh office
Item 12 of 250Andrew Kerr (senior)After 1829Before 1883AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 13 of 250James MillarBefore 1839September 1840Second ClerkIn Edinburgh office - under Robert Reid and William Nixon
Item 14 of 250William Nixon1840March 1848Chief ArchitectIn Edinburgh office - Principal Clerk of Works
Item 15 of 250Jesse Hall18421848Clerk of WorksWorking under William Nixon, first in Edinburgh and then in St Andrews
Item 16 of 250Robert MathesonMarch 18481877Clerk of WorksIn Edinburgh office
Item 17 of 250William Cadell Burnet (or William Caddel Burnet)After 1848Before 1865 Presumably worked in the Office of Works prior to his appointment on the law courts commission
Item 18 of 250(Sir) John Taylor18591866AssistantAssistant Surveyor of royal palaces, public buildings and royal parks - in London office
Item 19 of 250(Sir) John Taylor18661898 Surveyor, in London office
Item 20 of 250Hippolyte Jean Blanc18691878Chief DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 21 of 250(Sir) Douglas Strutt Galton1871 *  Director of Works in London office
Item 22 of 250(Sir) Henry Tanner18711876Assistant SurveyorIn London office
Item 23 of 250Walter Wood Robertson18711877ClerkWorking first under Sir Douglas Galton, then under Sir John Taylor. Described as 'technical clerk' in obituary
Item 24 of 250Jasper Wager1877After 1899AssistantIn London office.
Item 25 of 250Walter Wood Robertsonc. 1877c. 1904  
Item 26 of 250R Kennedy1880s * Clerk of WorksIn Edinburgh office
Item 27 of 250John Rutherford1880sAfter 1893AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 28 of 250Robert Macfarlane Cameron18811882DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 29 of 250(Sir) Henry Tanner18811883SurveyorAs Surveyor for the Northern District
Item 30 of 250James McLellan FairleyAfter 1881Before 1886AssistantIn Edinburgh office, under Walter Wood Robertson
Item 31 of 250William Thomas Oldrieve (sometimes William Thomas Oldgrieve)c. 1881c. 1890Assistantin Edinburgh office, as assistant under Walter Wood Robertson
Item 32 of 250Herbert Read18821883AssistantIn London office.
Item 33 of 250James Thomas Baillie18831883Assistant 
Item 34 of 250(Sir) Henry Tanner18831884SurveyorIn London office, as Surveyor for London
Item 35 of 250(Sir) Henry Tanner18841913Chief ArchitectIn London office: Principal Architect from 1884 to 1898, Chief Architect thereafter
Item 36 of 250Henry Nicholas HawksBefore 1884After 1897  
Item 37 of 250Walter Pott18861905Assistant Surveyor 
Item 38 of 250George John Thrift Reavell18871891Draughtsman 
Item 39 of 250(Sir) Richard John Allison18891934 in London office
Item 40 of 250John ToshMid 1880s *   
Item 41 of 250John Alexander CarfraeOctober 1890June 1892AssistantIn London office
Item 42 of 250William Thomas Oldrieve (sometimes William Thomas Oldgrieve)c. 1890c. 1898Principal AssistantIn charge of the Manchester Regional Office
Item 43 of 250George John Thrift Reavell18911911AssistantAssistant Surveyor
Item 44 of 250Henry Seton Morris18921898  
Item 45 of 250James Paxtonc. 1893 AssistantIn London office
Item 46 of 250William Harrisc. 1894c. 1896  
Item 47 of 250Cecil John William Simpson18971906AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under William Thomas Oldrieve
Item 48 of 250David Edmund Attree Horne18981900Assistant 
Item 49 of 250(Sir) John Taylor18981908 Consulting Architect, in London office
Item 50 of 250William Thomas Oldrieve (sometimes William Thomas Oldgrieve)c. 18981904Principal AssistantPrincipal Assistant to Sir Henry Tanner in London Office. Architect for all Provincial Post Offices
Item 51 of 250Robert Ernest Stewardson18991900AssistantIn London office (Westminster)
Item 52 of 250James Cumming Wynnes1899c. 1902Assistantin Edinburgh office, working initially under Walter Wood Robertson and from 1904 under William Thomas Oldrieve
Item 53 of 250Robert Burns RobertsonNovember 1899 * Clerk of WorksIn Edinburgh office
Item 54 of 250(Major) James Milne-Davidson19001905AssistantInitially in Edinburgh; subsequently in London
Item 55 of 250David Webster RobertsonJanuary 1900August 1900AssistantIn London office
Item 56 of 250William Dean19011904 In Edinburgh office, working under W T Oldrieve
Item 57 of 250George Farquharc. January 1901After 1911AssistantIn London office, under Walter Pott
Item 58 of 250David Webster RobertsonApril 1901January 1904ApprenticeIn London office
Item 59 of 250C S MurrayBefore 1901After 1904DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 60 of 250J SmithBefore 1901After 1904DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 61 of 250J Steelec. 1901 * DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 62 of 250William Hodgson Burnet1902After 1904Assistant 
Item 63 of 250Leo Sylvester Sullivan19031903Assistant 
Item 64 of 250Alexander McRae1903After 1914AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 65 of 250Arthur John MarshallJanuary 19031911AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under W T Oldrieve
Item 66 of 250Herbert Ryle8 June 1903September 1904AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under W T Oldrieve
Item 67 of 250William Alexander Ross (or William H A Ross)1904(?) * Draughtsman 
Item 68 of 250W Gilruth1904 * AssistantAssistant Architect and Surveyor, in Edinburgh office
Item 69 of 250A Odell1904 * AssistantAssistant Architect and Surveyor, in Edinburgh office
Item 70 of 250J Gay1904 * DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 71 of 250Nelson Fyfe1904 * DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 72 of 250John Thomas Galletly19041907Senior Draughtsmanin London office
Item 73 of 250(Sir) James Grey West19041911DraughtsmanIn London office
Item 74 of 250William Thomas Oldrieve (sometimes William Thomas Oldgrieve)19041914Chief ArchitectIn Edinburgh office
Item 75 of 250Archibald Bulloch19041919AssistantIn London office?
Item 76 of 250David Webster RobertsonJanuary 1904After 1914AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under W T Oldrieve
Item 77 of 250William Malcolm ScottBefore 19041905Draughtsman 
Item 78 of 250R P Hunterc. 1904 * DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 79 of 250R R Lawriec. 1904 * DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 80 of 250H C Toddc. 1904 * DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 81 of 250James Cumming Wynnesc. 1904c. 1911AssistantEdinburgh office
Item 82 of 250John Hatton Markham1905  In London office
Item 83 of 250William Patterson1905After 1911Senior AssistantIn London office (Victoria Street)
Item 84 of 250Walter Pott19051914Architect 
Item 85 of 250Charles Ernest Jackson1905After 1914Assistantin Edinburgh office, working under William Thomas Oldrieve
Item 86 of 250Archibald Scott19051919AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under W T Oldrieve; also in London and in Far Eastern Division, China
Item 87 of 250William Barnet Wyllie1905 or 19061909AssistantIn London office
Item 88 of 250John MacKenzie1906After 1912Assistant 
Item 89 of 250James Watson-Jerdan1907After 1911AssistantIn London office, whilst also practising in partnership with W Hodgson-Burnet
Item 90 of 250John Thomas Galletly1 June 1907 Assistant Architectin Edinburgh office
Item 91 of 250Sydney Houghton MillerAfter 1907Before 1909Assistant(?)In Edinburgh office, working under William Thomas Oldrieve
Item 92 of 250Charles Edward Tweedie (junior)19081912Apprentice 
Item 93 of 250Archibald Kirkwood Dodds19091911Draughtsman 
Item 94 of 250Peter Kydd Hanton19091920Assistantin London office - temporary assistant in 1909-10, then permanent
Item 95 of 250John Wilson Paterson19091922AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 96 of 250John Girtrig Youngc. 1909Before 1930AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 97 of 250W SteeleEarly 1900s DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 98 of 250Alexander Allan FooteMarch 1910December 1915AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 99 of 250William PatersonDecember 19101914DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 100 of 250Henry W LiddleAfter 1910   
Item 101 of 250Alexander Shepherd BrodieAfter 1910(?)Before 1920(?)Assistant 
Item 102 of 250Robert Wemyss FergusonAfter 1910Before 1921DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office
Item 103 of 250(Major) James Milne-Davidson1910 or 19111920AssistantIn London office
Item 104 of 250David Thomson1911 Assistant 
Item 105 of 250Ernest Scott Petch1911April 1914AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under William Thomas Oldrieve
Item 106 of 250Arthur John Marshall1911After 1914Senior AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under W T Oldrieve
Item 107 of 250George John Thrift Reavell19111927Architect 
Item 108 of 250(Sir) James Grey West19111934AssistantIn London office
Item 109 of 250John William Kay12 June 1911After 1914Draughtsmanin Edinburgh office, working under William Thomas Oldrieve
Item 110 of 250Bertram Douglas WattAugust 1911December 1928AssistantIn London office - with the exception of war service, October 1914 to March 1919
Item 111 of 250Cecil John William SimpsonAfter 19111914Assistant(?)In London office
Item 112 of 250David ThomsonAfter 1911After 1920Senior Architect 
Item 113 of 250James Wood19121914AssistantWorking under William Thomas Oldrieve, in Edinburgh office
Item 114 of 250Charles Alfred Harding1912Before 1914Assistant(?) 
Item 115 of 250William Shaw Cruickshank19121919DraughtsmanIn Edinburgh office - with the exception of war service, 1914-19
Item 116 of 250Andrew Duncan Kellock1912After 1919AssistantWith the exception of war service; working under W T Oldrieve and subsequently C J W Simpson
Item 117 of 250James Smith Richardson19141914 Part-time Inspector of Ancient Monuments
Item 118 of 250Walter Pott19141920Principal Architect 
Item 119 of 250Cecil John William Simpson19141922Chief ArchitectIn Edinburgh office
Item 120 of 250(Captain) Arthur James Scott HuttonJune 1914After 1918Assistantin Edinburgh office
Item 121 of 250Herbert RyleBefore 1914 Assistant(?)In Edinburgh officeand after 1919 in London office
Item 122 of 250Charles Wilson GlassMid 1914Late 1914DraughtsmanThree months; unclear which office
Item 123 of 250James Maclaren HoneymanFebruary 1915November 1915Draughtsmanin Edinburgh office
Item 124 of 250James Gillespie1916 Assistant 
Item 125 of 250Charles Edward Tweedie (junior)After 1918Before 1921AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under John Wilson Paterson
Item 126 of 250Richard Thorburn1919After 1921AssistantIn Westminster office
Item 127 of 250Charles Wilson Glass1919After 1927Assistant ArchitectIn China office 1919-25; in London office (King Charles Street) 1925-7
Item 128 of 250Alexander Allan FooteJanuary 1919Late 1919Assistant ArchitectActing Assistant Architect
Item 129 of 250John Charles McKenzie4 August 1919 DraughtsmanIn Westminster office
Item 130 of 250Samuel Davidsonc. 1919After 1920AssistantIn London office at Storey's Gate, Westminster
Item 131 of 250Henry Rochead Williamson19201920DraughtsmanFor six months
Item 132 of 250Archibald Scott19201928ArchitectIn London office
Item 133 of 250Peter Kydd Hanton1920After 1933Senior Architectin London office - working under the Chief Architect
Item 134 of 250James Smith Richardson1920After 1935 Full-time Inspector of Ancient Monuments
Item 135 of 250(Major) James Milne-Davidson1920After 1938SurveyorIn London office (Storey's Gate)
Item 136 of 250Garnet Alexander Farmer1921 AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 137 of 250John Mackie Venters19211923AssistantIn London office
Item 138 of 250John Wilson Paterson19221943Chief ArchitectIn Edinburgh office
Item 139 of 250John HoustonAfter 1922(?)Before 1943(?)AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under John Wilson Paterson
Item 140 of 250James O'Hanlon Hughes19241926AssistantProbably in London office
Item 141 of 250John Walter Mackenzie Dudding19251929Assistant 
Item 142 of 250James Henderson Davidsonc. June 1925c. September 1905Assistant 
Item 143 of 250Donald Denoon Jack19261928AssistantIn London office (Storeys Gate)
Item 144 of 250John Howden Cook19261930 in London
Item 145 of 250Peter Shearer Leask1926(?)1931  
Item 146 of 250William Shaw Cruickshank19261933AssistantIn London office, Assistant Surveyor

In London office - Assistant Surveyor
Item 147 of 250Hugh Smith1 July 192730 December 1928AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 148 of 250Horace Gildard WhiteMay 1928After 1935AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 149 of 250Percy Pithie Henderson1 July 1928After 1930AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 150 of 250Albert Dick CordinerOctober 1928Before 1947AssistantIn Westminster (London) office
Item 151 of 250Bertram Douglas WattDecember 1928June 1938AssistantIn Bristol office - Assistant Architect & Surveyor in charge of South Wales area
Item 152 of 250William Mollison19291930AssistantIn London office (Whitehall)
Item 153 of 250James Home Kerr Hislop25 March 1929 Assistant 
Item 154 of 250Stephen SutherlandAugust 1929May 1930Assistantin London office
Item 155 of 250Edwin TurnbullNovember 1929After 1931AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 156 of 250F W PyottDecember 1929   
Item 157 of 250Rodney BroadDecember 1929April 1937Assistant 
Item 158 of 250Albert J PitcherBefore 1929After 1934(?)In London office
Item 159 of 250(Sir) Charles Johns Mole1930s *  In London office (Storey's Gate)
Item 160 of 250E M Carmichael1930s Engineer 
Item 161 of 250Thomas Wilson Gale1930s Assistant 
Item 162 of 250John Thomas Galletly1930 *  in London office (Storey's Gate, Westminster)
Item 163 of 250Charles S T Calder1930 *   
Item 164 of 250Neilson Fife1930 *   
Item 165 of 250W Grant Watling1930 *  Initially in Edinburgh and then in London.
Item 166 of 250A W Weir1930 *   
Item 167 of 250Ian Hastings McLaren19301930AssistantProbably in London office - for 3 months
Item 168 of 250John Watt19301931AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under John Wilson Paterson, Chief Architect
Item 169 of 250John Drummond Murdoch1930 *1939 or after 1940  
Item 170 of 250C L StuartBefore 1930(?)Before 1930 In London office.
Item 171 of 250John Burn Moffat1931 *  In Edinburgh office
Item 172 of 250Katharine Pamela Slater (Mrs Miller)After 1932Before 1939AssistantFour months only - probably in London office
Item 173 of 250William Shaw Cruickshank1933 District SurveyorIn Manchester office, in charge of North West District
Item 174 of 250James Watson Ritchie19331935Assistant 
Item 175 of 250George HayOctober 19331937AssistantIn Edinburgh office under J Wilson Paterson and J S Richardson
Item 176 of 250John Ferguson Donaldson1933After 1936AssistantIn Edinburgh office
Item 177 of 250(Sir) James Grey West1934 Chief ArchitectIn London office
Item 178 of 250John Watson Masson junior1934 Assistant 
Item 179 of 250Thomas Shepherd Morris1934After 1936 In London office (Westminster)
Item 180 of 250James Nisbet Lockerbie19351940Assistant 
Item 181 of 250(Dr) Frederic ('Eric') Robert Stevenson August 1935August 1936AssistantIn Edinburgh office, working under J Wilson Paterson
Item 182 of 250E H Innes1936 Assistant(?) 
Item 183 of 250John Raymond Bell1936After 1938AssistantIn Edinburgh office, for a period of 18 months
Item 184 of 250James Lees Somerville1936After 1957AssistantInitially in Manchester; in Aberdeen from at least 1948 to at least 1957
Item 185 of 250Robert Saddler19361974Architect 
Item 186 of 250Stewart Hunter CrudenOctober 1936September 1937AssistantProbably in Edinburgh office
Item 187 of 250Alexander Graham (junior)1936 or 1937After 1937Assistant 
Item 188 of 250Francis Gunisky (or Cumisky?)1937   
Item 189 of 250Alexander Whitelaw Jardine1937 * AssistantIn London office (Storey's Gate)
Item 190 of 250Leonard George Pargiter1937 Architect 
Item 191 of 250George Edward Foote19371938 role unclear; working under Sir James Grey West
Item 192 of 250David Archibald Hugh Ritchie19371938Assistant 
Item 193 of 250John ('Jack') Airey MacMinnApril 1937 Assistantin Manchester office
Item 194 of 250Benjamin Murray Manson1937 or 1938 Assistant 
Item 195 of 250David Duncan1938 *  In Post Office Department, London office
Item 196 of 250Ian Fyfe Cameron1938 * AssistantIn London office (Westminster)
Item 197 of 250Hugh Stammers Tiffin1938 *   
Item 198 of 250David M Macdonald19381941Assistant 
Item 199 of 250Leonard Howarth19381949AssistantWith a break during the war years
Item 200 of 250George Irving Hunter1938After 1964Architect 
Item 201 of 250Bertram Douglas WattJune 1938July 1939Senior AssistantIn Manchester office - Senior Assistant Architect & Surveyor and Deputy to Principal
Item 202 of 250Frederick Walter GoddardJuly 1938 Architect 
Item 203 of 250Alexander Theodore MarshallJuly 1938July 1938Assistant(?) 
Item 204 of 250Arnold McKenzie HunterSeptember 1938 Assistant 
Item 205 of 250Margaret Findlay MakinsOctober 1938After 1941 in Rhyl, Denbighshire office - Chief Architect's Division
Item 206 of 250Catherine Mary Helen Henderson (Mrs Lambert)Late 1938 * AssistantIn London office (Great Westminster House, Horseferry Road)
Item 207 of 250James Paterson Allison1939 Architect 
Item 208 of 250Frederick Edward Bradshaw MacManus1939Before 1943Assistant 
Item 209 of 250Harold Gray BarclayJune 1939 Assistant(?) 
Item 210 of 250Bertram Douglas WattJuly 1939 Chief ArchitectIn Manchester office - District Architect & Surveyor
Item 211 of 250Harold John MuirBefore 193930 November 1970AssistantInitially in London office (Storey's Gate, Westminster); later elsewhere including latterly in Leeds.
Item 212 of 250William W Sibbald1939 or 1940 * Assistant(?) 
Item 213 of 250George L Grant1939 or 1940 * Assistant 
Item 214 of 250Alex G Laird1939 or 1940 *   
Item 215 of 250John B Mackay1939 or 1940 *   
Item 216 of 250John D Vardy1939 or 1940 *   
Item 217 of 250John ('Jack') Airey MacMinnMarch 1940Before 1947 in charge of Liverpool drawing office
Item 218 of 250Morton Angus MackenzieJune 1942After 1944ArchitectArchitect and Technical Assistant to Emergency Works & Recovery Office, Newcastle
Item 219 of 250James Nisbet Lockerbie19451950Principal Assistant 
Item 220 of 250John ('Jack') Airey MacMinnJanuary 1945After 1947District Surveyorin Birmingham office
Item 221 of 250Horace James Dick Hamilton19461946Architect 
Item 222 of 250James Ferguson 19471948Assistant 
Item 223 of 250Percy Pithie Hendersonc. 1948 ArchitectBirmingham office
Item 224 of 250Robert ('Bob') Corson TupmanLate 1940sAfter 1979Assistant 
Item 225 of 250Herbert Kitchener Calder1950 * Architect 
Item 226 of 250John Charles Richardsonc. 1950 Surveyor 
Item 227 of 250John Edward Robert Kean19531960Chief Architect 
Item 228 of 250Duncan Ian Black1954 Architect 
Item 229 of 250John Alexander Chalmersc. 1956 Assistant 
Item 230 of 250George Douglas Hamilton1957 *  In Leeds office.
Item 231 of 250Alfred Charles Shallis1957 Architectneed to CHECK dates employed my MoW
Item 232 of 250David Peter RossAugust 1957July 1958Assistant 
Item 233 of 250Bruce Probart Beckett1959 Architect 
Item 234 of 250Stanislaw SpeilreinMid 1950s Assistant 
Item 235 of 250Sam or Stanley Charles Gambrell LambertMid 1950s Assistant 
Item 236 of 250W Robson1960s Architect 
Item 237 of 250George Hay1960 Assistant 
Item 238 of 250Alfred Alexander Couttsc. 1964 Architect 
Item 239 of 250Mr E Dobson1 April 1966 * ArchitectSenior Architect
Item 240 of 250Roy Hunterc. 19681970s  
Item 241 of 250R StevensonMid 1960s Architect 
Item 242 of 250John Marriott Knight1970s Architect 
Item 243 of 250Ian Jones Campbell1970s Architect 
Item 244 of 250A R Scott1971 Architect 
Item 245 of 250John Alexander ChalmersBefore 1979 Director 
Item 246 of 250Thomas Reyner RobbBefore 1979After 1994Architect 
Item 247 of 250Douglas Ralph Addisonc. 1979 Architect 
Item 248 of 250Alfred Alexander Couttsc. 1979 DirectorDirector of Overseas Services.
Item 249 of 250John Kirkwood Wilson (or Jack Wilson)After 1983 Senior Architect 
Item 250 of 250Adam James Thomson SkinnerBefore 1986After 1994Architect 

* earliest date known from documented sources.


Buildings and Designs

This architectural practice was involved with the following buildings or structures from the date specified (click on an item to view details):
 Date startedBuilding nameTown, district or villageIslandCity or countyCountryNotes
Item 1 of 399 Coast Guard Station  ShetlandScotlandWith Allan Pendreigh as architect responsible
Item 2 of 399 Craiglockhart Telephone ExchangeCraiglockhart EdinburghScotlandWith J D Murdoch as architect in charge
Item 3 of 399 Geddes House, Inland Revenue CentreLivingston West LothianScotlandWith John Bull as architect in charge
Item 4 of 399 Glasgow Central Employment Exchange  GlasgowScotlandWith Murdoch as architect responsible
Item 5 of 399 National Savings Bank HeadquartersPollok GlasgowScotland 
Item 6 of 399 Paisley AbbeyPaisley RenfrewshireScotlandRestoration with Matheson as Architect in Scotland.
Item 7 of 399 Sheriff Court House extensionPeterhead AberdeenshireScotlandWith John Bull as architect in charge
Item 8 of 3991835Arbroath Abbey and abbey buildingsArbroath AngusScotlandClearing out Abbey buildings - with robert Reid as architect to the Scottish Office of Works
Item 9 of 399After 1841Dundrennan AbbeyDundrennan KirkcudbrightshireScotlandRepairs - with Nixon as architect for Scotland
Item 10 of 3991842Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotlandInternal alterations with Nixon as Architect for Scotland
Item 11 of 3991844University of St Andrews, St Salvator's CollegeSt Andrews FifeScotlandNew north range and alterations to east range - with Nixon as Architect for Scotland
Item 12 of 3991845Dunblane CathedralDunblane PerthshireScotlandIron gates - William Nixon as Architect for Scotland
Item 13 of 3991845Dunfermline AbbeyDunfermline FifeScotlandRestoration - with Nixon as architect in charge of the Office of Works in Scotland, with Matheson as assistant
Item 14 of 3991845Police Office, High Street  EdinburghScotlandWith Nixon as Architect for Scotland
Item 15 of 3991845St Andrews CathedralSt Andrews FifeScotlandNew Entrance - William Nixon as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 16 of 3991846University of St Andrews, Chapel of St SalvatorSt Andrews FifeScotlandCloister behind chapel, and scheme for enclosure of area to south of chapel - with Nixon as Architect for Scotland
Item 17 of 3991846University of St Andrews, St Salvator's CollegeSt Andrews FifeScotlandBoundary walls
Item 18 of 3991847Kirkwall CathedralKirkwallMainlandOrkneyScotlandRestoration and removal of post-Reformation furnishings with William Nixon as architect
Item 19 of 3991848(?)Law Courts, Inner House  EdinburghScotlandAlterations below Lord Ordinary's Court - with Nixon as architect in charge
Item 20 of 3991848Royal Botanic Garden, lecture hall, classrooms, museum and officesInverleith EdinburghScotlandWith Robert Matheson as Architect for Scotland
Item 21 of 399c. 1848Glasgow Cathedral  GlasgowScotlandFrom 1848 onwards general repairs and new west front to design by Edward Blore. With Matheson first as clerk and then architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 22 of 399Late 1840sElgin CathedralElgin MorayshireScotlandRestoration - William Nixon as Architect for Scotland
Item 23 of 399185171 North StreetSt Andrews FifeScotlandGateway adjoining St Salvator's Chapel - Robert Matheson as Clerk of Works for Scotland
Item 24 of 3991851University of St Andrews, Chapel of St SalvatorSt Andrews FifeScotlandParapet wall on tower (with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works). Executed as designed by William Burn
Item 25 of 3991851University of St Andrews, St Mary's CollegeSt Andrews FifeScotlandRepairs (with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 26 of 3991853Fortrose CathedralFortrose Ross and CromartyScotlandRestoration - with Robert Matheson as architect for Scotland
Item 27 of 3991853University of St Andrews, Chapel of St SalvatorSt Andrews FifeScotlandFitting of clock with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 28 of 3991854Royal Botanic Garden, new Palm HouseInverleith EdinburghScotlandWith Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 29 of 3991855King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandTwo alternative schemes: Neo-Jacobean and Oxford Gothic (Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works) - not built
Item 30 of 3991855Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotlandRefitting of the Throne Room, paintwork and paper by D R Hay (Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 31 of 3991856Advocates' Library  EdinburghScotlandRemodelling and extension of Upper Corridor Library with canted bays at north side - Matheson as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 32 of 3991856Board of Supervision (of Poor) Chambers, 125 George Street  EdinburghScotlandAdditions at the back - with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 33 of 3991856Law Courts, Inner House  EdinburghScotlandAlterations designed by Playfair executed - with Matheson as Architect for Scotland
Item 34 of 3991857General PrisonPerth PerthshireScotlandRedesigning and completion of Brown's scheme, with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 35 of 3991857Holyrood Park, Duddingston South Lodge  EdinburghScotlandMatheson as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 36 of 3991857Holyrood Park, Meadowbank Lodge  EdinburghScotlandMatheson as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 37 of 3991857Holyrood Park, St Leonard's Lodge  EdinburghScotlandMatheson as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 38 of 3991857Palace of Holyroodhouse, gatehouse and former guardroom  EdinburghScotlandReconstruction of its surviving stairtower - Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 39 of 3991857Parliament House, Supreme Courts of Scotland  EdinburghScotlandLaw Room. Redesigning and completion of Brown's scheme, with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 40 of 3991857Tolbooth St John's Church  EdinburghScotlandAlterations of throne bench as pulpit - with Matheson as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 41 of 399c. 1857Holyrood Park, Wells O' Wearie Cottage  EdinburghScotlandMatheson as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 42 of 3991858New Register House  EdinburghScotlandMatheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 43 of 3991858Palace of Holyroodhouse, fountain in forecourt  EdinburghScotlandWith Robert Matheson as Architect for Scotland, and Andrew Kerr; Charles Doyle responsible for drawings
Item 44 of 3991859General Post Office  EdinburghScotland 
Item 45 of 3991859King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandTudor gothic scheme (with `Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 46 of 3991859King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandSimplified scheme built (with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 47 of 3991859Royal Botanic Garden, Old Palm StoveInverleith EdinburghScotlandIron shafts replaced stone mullions with Matheson as architect for Scotland
Item 48 of 3991860Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotlandReplanning of 2nd floor as the Duke of Hamilton's and Marquess of Breadalbane's apartments (with Matheson as architect for Scotland)
Item 49 of 3991860Palace of Holyroodhouse, stables  EdinburghScotlandWith Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 50 of 3991861Edinburgh Industrial Museum  EdinburghScotlandCentral part built to Fowke's design, with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 51 of 3991861General Post OfficePerth PerthshireScotlandWith Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 52 of 3991861Palace of Holyroodhouse, gatehouse and former guardroom  EdinburghScotlandGatehouse
Item 53 of 3991861University of St Andrews, Chapel of St SalvatorSt Andrews FifeScotlandRestoration, including window tracery and pinnacles on south front, and reseating - with Matheson as Architect for Scotland
Item 54 of 399c. 1863General Post Office  DundeeScotlandMatheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 55 of 399c. 1863General Post OfficePaisley RenfrewshireScotlandWith Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 56 of 3991864University of St Andrews, Chapel of St SalvatorSt Andrews FifeScotlandGlazing of cloister (now reversed) - with Matheson as Architect for Scotland
Item 57 of 3991866Dunblane CathedralDunblane PerthshireScotlandRepairs on tower and spire
Item 58 of 3991866(?)Waverley Station, hotel and market scheme  EdinburghScotland'Design for Grand National Hotel in combination with the new Waverley Station' (with Matheson in private practice)
Item 59 of 3991867East Queen Street Gardens  EdinburghScotlandWith Matheson as Chief Architect
Item 60 of 3991867King's College, Theology Manse  AberdeenScotland 
Item 61 of 3991868King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandLibrary (with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 62 of 3991868Parliament House, Supreme Courts of Scotland  EdinburghScotlandPart restoration and alterations - with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 63 of 3991868St Giles Cathedral  EdinburghScotlandFirst proposals for restoration including improvements to the choir 'as proposed by the Lord Provost' (with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 64 of 3991869Register House  EdinburghScotlandBack Dome added for new record hall (necessitated by the Lands Registration Act) Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 65 of 3991869University of St Andrews, Chapel of St SalvatorSt Andrews FifeScotlandForbes Memorial Stalls (canopied stalls for Principal and Masters) - with Matheson as Architect for Scotland
Item 66 of 3991870Edinburgh Industrial Museum  EdinburghScotlandWestern part of central building completed to Fowke's design, with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works (2nd phase)
Item 67 of 3991870St Duthac's ChurchTain Ross and CromartyScotlandRestoration - with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 68 of 3991871St Michael's Parish ChurchLinlithgow West LothianScotlandDesign for 'interior…as proposed to be restored' (with Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 69 of 3991873Dunblane CathedralDunblane PerthshireScotlandRepair work on chancel - Matheson in charge
Item 70 of 3991873Post OfficeLeith EdinburghScotlandWith Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 71 of 3991875General Post Office  AberdeenScotlandWith Matheson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 72 of 3991875Glasgow General Post Office  GlasgowScotlandNew building (with Matheson as Architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 73 of 3991877Inverleith HouseInverleith EdinburghScotlandInterior re-finishing after fire - with Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 74 of 3991881Dunfermline Abbey Churchyard, Queen Margaret's tombDunfermline FifeScotlandRepairs and enclosure with wrought iron railing - W W Robertson as Architect for Scotland
Item 75 of 3991881King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandLibrary extended (with Robertson as archtect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 76 of 3991882Advocates' Library  EdinburghScotlandNew reading room - Robertson as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 77 of 3991885Edinburgh Industrial Museum  EdinburghScotlandWest wing
Item 78 of 3991885Inland Revenue Offices  GlasgowScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 79 of 3991886St Andrews Castle, sea defencesSt Andrews FifeScotlandSea wall at south-east corner - Walter Wood Robertson as Architect for Scotland
Item 80 of 3991887Dumfries Post OfficeDumfries DumfriesshireScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 81 of 3991888Aberdeen University, Marischal College  AberdeenScotlandSE wing added
Item 82 of 3991889Dunfermline Post OfficeDunfermline FifeScotlandOriginal building
Item 83 of 3991889University of St Andrews, St Mary's CollegeSt Andrews FifeScotlandDetached south addition to Library (later Department of Psychology) (cost: £8,000)
Item 84 of 3991890General Post Office  EdinburghScotlandLarge extension with Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 85 of 3991890Register House  EdinburghScotlandFront wall of entrance moved back - with Robertson in charge
Item 86 of 3991891Inverness Post OfficeInverness Inverness-shireScotland 
Item 87 of 3991892Glasgow General Post Office  GlasgowScotlandRebuilding of central part facing Ingram Street, on site of Atheneum (with Oldrieve as architect with particular responsibility for Post Office buildings, working under Walter Wood Robertson, Architect for Scotland)
Item 88 of 3991892Post OfficeAyr AyrshireScotlandWith Robertson as Architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 89 of 3991892Royal ObservatoryBlackford Hill EdinburghScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland
Item 90 of 3991893Falkirk Post OfficeFalkirk StirlingshireScotlandFront block? - with Robertson as architect for Scotland and Oldrieve as assistant with responsibility for Post Office buildings
Item 91 of 3991893Head Post OfficePaisley RenfrewshireScotlandWith Robertson as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 92 of 3991893Post OfficeHelensburgh DunbartonshireScotlandUnder W W Robertson
Item 93 of 3991894Inland Revenue Offices  ManchesterEngland 
Item 94 of 3991894Parcel Post Office  ManchesterEngland 
Item 95 of 3991894Post OfficeGalashiels SelkirkshireScotland 
Item 96 of 3991894Stirling Post OfficeStirling StirlingshireScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 97 of 3991897Dunfermline Abbey, pended towerDunfermline FifeScotlandRestoration - Hawks responsible
Item 98 of 3991898Dundee Post Office  DundeeScotland 
Item 99 of 3991898Inland Revenue Offices  EdinburghScotlandReconstruction and extension of existing buildings as Inland Revenue Offices -with Robertson as arhitect for Scotland in the Office of Worksm
Item 100 of 3991898Post OfficeGreenock RenfrewshireScotlandRobertson as architect for Scotland in Edinburgh office
Item 101 of 3991898Post office, Hill StreetArbroath AngusScotlandWith Robert Matheson as Chief Architect
Item 102 of 3991899Perth Post OfficePerth PerthshireScotland 
Item 103 of 3991900sPost OfficeHelensburgh DunbartonshireScotlandExtension - probably by Oldrieve (as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 104 of 3991900Kirkcaldy Post OfficeKirkcaldy FifeScotlandWith Robertson as architect in charge?
Item 105 of 3991902Dunfermline Post OfficeDunfermline FifeScotlandExtension
Item 106 of 3991902General Register House, Sasine Office  EdinburghScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 107 of 3991902Parcel Post Office building  GlasgowScotlandWith Oldrieve as assistant with responsibility for post offices, then as Architect for Scotland
Item 108 of 3991902Post OfficeMelrose RoxburghshireScotland 
Item 109 of 3991903Customs HouseLonghopeOrkney ScotlandH M Office of Works Storey’s Gate London SW
Item 110 of 3991903Inverness PrisonInverness Inverness-shireScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland
Item 111 of 3991903Linlithgow Post OfficeLinlithgow West LothianScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 112 of 3991903Post OfficeMusselburgh MidlothianScotlandW T Oldrieve responsible
Item 113 of 399After 1903Central Telephone Exchange  EdinburghScotlandAlterations at rear. With Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 114 of 3991904Dunfermline Abbey, Wardlaw VaultDunfermline FifeScotlandVault renovated and reduced in size. (with Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 115 of 3991904Eskdalemuir Royal Magnetic ObservatoryEskdalemuir DumfriesshireScotland 
Item 116 of 3991904Portobello Post OfficePortobello EdinburghScotlandW W Robertson as Architect for Scotland
Item 117 of 3991904Post officeDunbar East LothianScotlandWith Robertson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 118 of 3991904St Andrews Castle, bathing shelterSt Andrews FifeScotlandOldrieve as Architect for Scotland
Item 119 of 3991904St Andrews Castle, sea defencesSt Andrews FifeScotlandLowering of wall in front of castle on south side, and addition of railings - William Thomas Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland
Item 120 of 3991905Post OfficeAirdrie LanarkshireScotland 
Item 121 of 3991905Post OfficeBootle LancashireEngland 
Item 122 of 3991906Post OfficeSt Andrews FifeScotlandAlterations - with Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 123 of 3991906Post OfficeBanff BanffshireScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 124 of 3991906Post OfficeNorth Berwick East LothianScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 125 of 3991906Post OfficeCrieff PerthshireScotlandW T Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland
Item 126 of 399After 1906Aldgate Branch Post Office  LondonEngland 
Item 127 of 399After 1906Western District Branch Post Office  LondonEngland 
Item 128 of 399c. 1906Post OfficeLeicester LeicestershireEnglandExtension
Item 129 of 3991907Edinburgh Castle, Cistern  EdinburghScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 130 of 3991907General Post Office  EdinburghScotlandExtension and remodelling of public office - Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 131 of 3991907Head Post Office  AberdeenScotlandWith Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 132 of 3991907Post OfficeStornowayLewisRoss and CromartyScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 133 of 3991907Post OfficeMontrose AngusScotlandWith Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 134 of 3991907Post OfficeKilmarnock AyrshireScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 135 of 3991907Post OfficeBroughty Ferry DundeeScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 136 of 3991907Post OfficeAyr AyrshireScotlandAlterations and additions - with Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 137 of 3991908Law Courts, Inner House  EdinburghScotlandAlterations and extensions, including reconstruction of lobby and oak library adjoining court IX - Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 138 of 3991908Post OfficeOban ArgyllScotlandWith Oldrieve in charge.
Item 139 of 3991908Post OfficeLerwickMainlandShetlandScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 140 of 3991908(?)Post OfficeHaddington East LothianScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 141 of 3991908St Andrews Cathedral MuseumSt Andrews FifeScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 142 of 3991909Edinburgh Life Assurance Company  EdinburghScotlandAdapted internally to become the Royal Society Building - with Oldrieve as architect in Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 143 of 3991909General Post Office  AberdeenScotlandAdaptation into Labour Exchange
Item 144 of 3991909Labour ExchangeGreenock RenfrewshireScotland 
Item 145 of 3991909Royal Institution  EdinburghScotlandInternal reconstruction and new galleries - with Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 146 of 399c. 1909Royal Botanic Garden, laboratory buildingInverleith EdinburghScotlandW T Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 147 of 399c. 190(?)Post OfficeDuns BerwickshireScotland 
Item 148 of 3991910Bridgeton Telephone ExchangeBridgeton GlasgowScotlandOldrieve as Architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 149 of 3991910Labour ExchangeTollcross EdinburghScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 150 of 3991910Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotland1980-30 United Services Museum, and 1930 King's Dressing Room
Item 151 of 3991910Post OfficeKelso RoxburghshireScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 152 of 3991910Post OfficeBrechin AngusScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 153 of 3991910Telephone Exchange  GlasgowScotlandWith Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 154 of 3991911Glasgow General Post Office  GlasgowScotlandAddition of side blocks (steel and reinforced concrete) - commenced by W T Oldrieve, completed by C J W Simpson, as successive Architects for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 155 of 3991911National Gallery of Scotland  EdinburghScotlandInternal alterations to west section - with Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 156 of 3991911Telephone exchangeHelensburgh DunbartonshireScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 157 of 3991912Head Post OfficePaisley RenfrewshireScotlandSouth extension - with Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 158 of 3991912Post OfficeStornowayLewisRoss and CromartyScotlandAdditions and alterations with Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 159 of 3991912Post OfficeWick CaithnessScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect of Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 160 of 3991912Post OfficeMaybole AyrshireScotland 
Item 161 of 399Mid 1912Scottish Office buildingsCalton Hill EdinburghScotlandFirst proposed scheme (unexecuted); detailing identical to Aberdeen Post Office - with W T Oldrieve as architect for Scotland, assisted by chief draughtsman James Cumming Wynnes
Item 162 of 3991913Glasgow Cathedral  GlasgowScotlandNew roof and ceiling - with Oldrieve as Architect for Scotland
Item 163 of 3991913Labour Exchange  DundeeScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 164 of 3991913Post OfficeBathgate West LothianScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in H M Office of Works
Item 165 of 3991913St Clement's ChurchRodelHarrisInverness-shireScotlandHarling removed and alterations especially to tower - with Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 166 of 3991914Customs OfficeLamlashArran Scotland 
Item 167 of 399Before 1914Letter Sorting OfficeDalry EdinburghScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 168 of 3991915Garden City housingCrombie FifeScotlandWith Simpson as architect for Scotland
Item 169 of 3991918250 HousesGlengarnock AyrshireScotlandScottish Office of Works Edinburgh
Item 170 of 3991918Paisley Employment ExchangePaisley RenfrewshireScotland 
Item 171 of 3991919Post Office  EdinburghScotlandWith Simpson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 172 of 3991919York Buildings  EdinburghScotlandPorch added and reconstruction - with Ryle as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 173 of 3991921Post OfficeLadybank FifeScotland 
Item 174 of 3991921St Oran's Chapel IonaArgyllScotlandConsolidation with Simpson and subsequently Paterson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 175 of 3991922Arbroath Abbey and abbey buildingsArbroath AngusScotlandGradual restoration of Abbot's House intially and later Guesthouse range.
Item 176 of 399c. 1922Telephone Exchange  EdinburghScotlandCecil John William Simpson as Architect for Scotland
Item 177 of 3991923Jedburgh AbbeyJedburgh RoxburghshireScotlandRestoration
Item 178 of 3991923Telephone Exchange  EdinburghScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 179 of 3991924Inchcolm AbbeyInchcolm FifeScotlandProposed restoration and repairs
Item 180 of 3991924Morningside Telephone ExchangeMorningside EdinburghScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson as architevt for Scotland
Item 181 of 3991924National Library of Scotland  EdinburghScotlandUnexecuted scheme for new building - J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 182 of 3991924Post officeAlloa ClackmannanshireScotlandWith C J W Simpson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works
Item 183 of 3991924Scottish Office buildingsCalton Hill EdinburghScotlandOutline scheme drawn up (unexecuted) - J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 184 of 3991925Cottages, HM Coastguard StationMontrose AngusScotlandEdinburgh Office
Item 185 of 3991925Post OfficeSt Andrews FifeScotlandAlterations - uncertain which architect in HMOW responsible
Item 186 of 3991925Saughton Prison  EdinburghScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 187 of 3991925Two Houses. H M Coastguard Station Arbroath  ScotlandEdinburgh Office
Item 188 of 3991926Blackness Castle  West LothianScotlandMajor repairs
Item 189 of 3991926Employment ExchangeGreenock RenfrewshireScotland 
Item 190 of 3991926Post OfficeJedburgh RoxburghshireScotland 
Item 191 of 3991926Post OfficePort EllenIslayArgyllScotlandAlterations
Item 192 of 3991927Leven and Methil Employment ExchangeLeven FifeScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as Chief Architect
Item 193 of 3991927Oronsay Priory OronsayArgyllScotlandRepairs with Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 194 of 3991927Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotlandPanelling and ceiling in Throne Room
Item 195 of 3991927Post officePrestwick AyrshireScotland 
Item 196 of 3991927Unemployment Benefit OfficeLeith EdinburghScotlandWith Paterson in charge (as architect for Scotland)
Item 197 of 3991928Edinburgh Castle, United Services Museum  EdinburghScotlandInterior remodelled (with J wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland in the Office of Works)
Item 198 of 3991928Queen Mary's HouseJedburgh RoxburghshireScotlandPreservation and restoration (with Paterson as architect for Scotland)
Item 199 of 3991928Telephone Exchange  GlasgowScotlandWith Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 200 of 3991929Post OfficeArdrossan AyrshireScotland 
Item 201 of 3991929Post officeTroon AyrshireScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 202 of 3991929Scottish Office buildingsCalton Hill EdinburghScotlandScheme I (unexecuted) - J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland, in collaboration with Sir Richard Allison and A J Pitcher
Item 203 of 3991929St Drostan's Parish ChurchMarkinch FifeScotlandRepairs to steeple and tower- with John Wilson Paterson as Chief Architect
Item 204 of 3991930sViewforth HouseStirling StirlingshireScotlandRear wing - with Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 205 of 3991930Edinburgh Industrial Museum  EdinburghScotlandStaircase
Item 206 of 3991930Employment Exchange  GlasgowScotlandWitjh J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 207 of 3991930Employment ExchangeAyr AyrshireScotland 
Item 208 of 3991930Employment ExchangeBarrhead RenfrewshireScotland 
Item 209 of 3991930Highholm SchoolPort Glasgow RenfrewshireScotlandLarge extension
Item 210 of 3991930Inland Revenue Office  DundeeScotland 
Item 211 of 3991930Kinning Park Employment ExchangeKinning Park GlasgowScotland 
Item 212 of 3991930Scottish Office buildingsCalton Hill EdinburghScotlandScheme II (unexecuted), including sheriff court - J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland, in collaboration with A J Pitcher
Item 213 of 3991930Telephone ExchangeAbbeyhill EdinburghScotland 
Item 214 of 3991930Telephone ExchangeColinton EdinburghScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as chief architect
Item 215 of 3991930Telephone Exchange  DundeeScotland 
Item 216 of 3991930Telephone Exchange, Abbeyhill  EdinburghScotland 
Item 217 of 3991930Telephone Repeater System  AberdeenScotland 
Item 218 of 399c. 1930Carstairs PrisonCarstairs LanarkshireScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 219 of 399c. 1930Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotlandEvening Drawing Room and King's Wardrobe, panelling
Item 220 of 399c. 1930Post OfficeLargs AyrshireScotland 
Item 221 of 3991931Employment ExchangeGovan GlasgowScotland 
Item 222 of 3991931Inchcolm AbbeyInchcolm FifeScotlandWeather vane on chapter house added - with Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 223 of 3991931New Abbey, Sarcophagus Monument to Devorgilla  KirkcudbrightshireScotland 
Item 224 of 3991931Parkhead Employment Exchange  GlasgowScotland 
Item 225 of 3991931Post OfficeMontrose AngusScotlandAlterations
Item 226 of 3991931Post Office  EdinburghScotlandAlterations
Item 227 of 3991931Telephone ExchangeCorstorphine EdinburghScotland 
Item 228 of 3991931Telephone ExchangeSaltcoats AyrshireScotland 
Item 229 of 3991931Wireless StationCupar (near) FifeScotland 
Item 230 of 3991933Employment ExchangeAlloa ClackmannanshireScotland 
Item 231 of 3991933GPO Sorting Office  GlasgowScotland 
Item 232 of 3991933Hall & arcade  GlasgowScotlandUnclear what the roles were in this building - both given in 'Architect & Building News'.
Item 233 of 3991933Loch Doon CastleDalmellington AyrshireScotlandCastle moved under superintendence of J S Richardson
Item 234 of 3991934Anstruther Easter post officeAnstruther Easter FifeScotlandWith C J W Simpson in charge
Item 235 of 3991934Dunfermline AbbeyDunfermline FifeScotlandImprovements on Durie Bay (Nave) - with Shearer as consultant and under Wilson Paterson as architect to the Office of Works
Item 236 of 3991934Edinburgh Industrial Museum  EdinburghScotlandBrighton Street extension wih J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 237 of 3991934Employment Exchange, Cowan StreetKirkcaldy FifeScotland 
Item 238 of 3991934Post OfficeOban ArgyllScotlandPost Office garage with Paterson in charge
Item 239 of 3991934Post officeHuntly AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 240 of 3991934Sheriff Courthouse  EdinburghScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 241 of 3991935Abbey Strand buildings  EdinburghScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 242 of 3991935Employment ExchangeDunfermline FifeScotlandWith Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 243 of 3991935Greyfriars ConventInverkeithing FifeScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as chief architect
Item 244 of 3991935Labour Exchange  DundeeScotlandRear wing added
Item 245 of 3991935Post OfficeLangholm DumfriesshireScotlandWith Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 246 of 3991936Earlston Power StationEarlston BerwickshireScotland 
Item 247 of 3991936Employment ExchangeStornowayLewisRoss and CromartyScotlandWith Oldrieve as architect for Scotland
Item 248 of 3991936Ewart Free LibraryDumfries DumfriesshireScotlandExtension
Item 249 of 3991936Melrose Abbey, Commendator's HouseMelrose RoxburghshireScotlandRestoration - J Wilson Paterson and/or J Smith Richardson responsible (sources vary)
Item 250 of 3991936Post OfficeMethil FifeScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as Chief Architect
Item 251 of 3991936Post OfficeArbroath AngusScotland 
Item 252 of 3991936Postal and Engineering Garage  GlasgowScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 253 of 3991936Telephone ExchangeNewport-on-Tay FifeScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as Chief Architect
Item 254 of 3991936Telephone ExchangeArbroath AngusScotland 
Item 255 of 3991936Westminster Abbey, Pavilion for coronation  LondonEngland 
Item 256 of 3991937Argyllshire Telephone ExchangeInveraray ArgyllScotland 
Item 257 of 3991937Cranstonhill Labour Exchange  GlasgowScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 258 of 3991937Douglas Telephone Exchange  GlasgowScotland3 bays added - John Wilson Paterson as Architect for Scotland
Item 259 of 3991937Eileach an Naoimh Monastery, beehive cells Eilean an Naoimh, GarvellachsArgyllScotlandConsolidation work - with Paterson as architect in charge of the Office of Works
Item 260 of 3991937Employment ExchangeForfar AngusScotland 
Item 261 of 3991937Garage, Carnegie DriveDunfermline FifeScotland 
Item 262 of 3991937HM Naval Dockyard, Naval Training School with workshops and boiler houseRosyth FifeScotland 
Item 263 of 3991937Post OfficeLochgelly FifeScotland 
Item 264 of 3991937Telephone ExchangeBuckhaven and Methil FifeScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as Chief Architect
Item 265 of 3991937Telephone Exchange, High StreetCowdenbeath FifeScotlandWith Paterson as architect for Scotland
Item 266 of 3991937Telephone Exchange, Somerville StreetBurntisland FifeScotland 
Item 267 of 3991937Telephone ExchnageGovanhill GlasgowScotland 
Item 268 of 3991937Telephone House  GlasgowScotlandJohn Wilson Paterson as Architect for Scotland
Item 269 of 3991938Employment ExchangeSelkirk SelkirkshireScotlandJ Wilson Paterson as Architect for Scotland
Item 270 of 3991938Post officeStevenston AyrshireScotland 
Item 271 of 3991938Telephone ExchangeOban ArgyllScotlandWith J Wilson Paterson in charge
Item 272 of 3991938Telephone ExchangeSelkirk SelkirkshireScotlandJ Wilson Paterson as Architect for Scotland
Item 273 of 3991938Telephone ExchangeTayport FifeScotlandWith John Wilson Paterson as Chief Architect
Item 274 of 3991939(?)Bridge of Earn HospitalBridge of Earn PerthshireScotlandJohn Stewart responsible
Item 275 of 3991939Edinburgh Castle, St Margaret's Chapel  EdinburghScotlandRestoration - J Wilson Paterson in charge (including timber studded door in round arched openng)
Item 276 of 399Late 1930sBuckingham Palace, swimming pool  LondonEngland 
Item 277 of 3991940sBuilding Trades Training Centre  LondonEnglandWith Pargiter as architect in charge
Item 278 of 3991940sNew Courts, Royal Court of Justice  LondonEnglandWith Pargiter in charge as architect with the Ministry of Works
Item 279 of 3991940Glasgow Pollok Automatic Telephone Exchange  GlasgowScotland 
Item 280 of 3991940National Library of Scotland  EdinburghScotlandFurther involvement?
Item 281 of 3991940Royal Air Force StationLeuchars FifeScotlandLarge extensions
Item 282 of 3991941Admiralty Research StationGreenock RenfrewshireScotlandWith Pargiter as architect in charge
Item 283 of 3991942Broughty Castle  DundeeScotlandAt SE corner of tower house addition of brick built defence post.
Item 284 of 3991943Primary SchoolThornton FifeScotlandTemporary school buildings - in conjunction with Haxton & Watson and Scottish Education Department.
Item 285 of 399c. 1943Burntisland Primary SchoolBurntisland FifeScotlandTemporary school buildings - in conjunction with Haxton & Watson and Scottish Education Department.
Item 286 of 399c. 1943Denbeath Public SchoolBuckhaven and Methil FifeScotlandTemporary buildings - in conjunction with Haxton & Watson and Scottish Education Department.
Item 287 of 399c. 1943Kinglassie Public SchoolKinglassie FifeScotlandTemporary buildings - in conjunction with Haxton & Watson and Scottish Education Department.
Item 288 of 399c. 1943RC SchoolBuckhaven and Methil FifeScotlandTemporary buildings - in conjunction with Haxton & Watson and Scottish Education Department.
Item 289 of 399c. 1943Wemyss Public SchoolEast Wemyss FifeScotlandTemporary buildings - in conjunction with Haxton & Watson and the Scottish Education Department.
Item 290 of 399May 1945Two Swedish Prefabricated Houses, Tannockside  LanarkshireScotlandOrdered by Ministry of Works from a Swedish firm in Stockholm.
Item 291 of 3991946Post Office and telephone exchangeBrodickArranButeScotland 
Item 292 of 399After 1947Foreign Office building  LondonEnglandWith Pargiter in charge - modernisation
Item 293 of 399After 1947Government offices  LondonEnglandWith Pargiter in control of building contratcs
Item 294 of 399After 1947Government offices, Horseferry Road  LondonEnglandWith Pargiter as Liaison architect bewteen architect and Ministry
Item 295 of 399After 1947House of Commons  LondonEnglandWith Pargiter as Liaison Architect between Ministry and architects
Item 296 of 399After 1947Hyde Park, boat house  LondonEngland 
Item 297 of 399After 1947Office building for Ministry of Works  LondonEngland 
Item 298 of 399c. 1947Clarence House  LondonEnglandRestoration of Regency charcter - with Pargiter in charge
Item 299 of 3991948Telephone Exchange  EdinburghScotlandWith Stewart Sim in charge
Item 300 of 3991949Multi-Story Building in Prestressed Concrete, SighthillSighthill EdinburghScotlandDesigned by the Architects' Department of the Ministry of Works
Item 301 of 3991949Offices at IbroxholmIbroxholm Edinburgh (or Glasgow?)Scotland 
Item 302 of 3991950Post Office, 55-71 Crown StreetGorbals GlasgowScotlandEdinburgh Office
Item 303 of 3991951Montrose House  GlasgowScotlandDesigned before war but built at this time.
Item 304 of 3991953Greyfriars House  AberdeenScotland 
Item 305 of 3991954Sighthill Flats  EdinburghScotland 
Item 306 of 3991954St Rollox Post Office  GlasgowScotland 
Item 307 of 3991956Carstairs State InstitutionCarstairs LanarkshireScotland 
Item 308 of 3991956Telephone ExchangeCastle Douglas KirkcudbrightshireScotlandWith D C Ireland as architect
Item 309 of 3991957Telephone ExchangePerth PerthshireScotlandWith A C Shallis as Chief Architect
Item 310 of 3991957Telephone ExchangeBrediland RenfrewshireScotland 
Item 311 of 3991 February 1957Post OfficeGallowgate GlasgowScotland'plans prepared by Ministry of Works, Edinburgh' per Builder p252
Item 312 of 39919 July 1957Customs & Excise Waterguard Office, Albert DockLeith EdinburghScotlanddesigned in the Chief Architect's Division, Ministry of Works, Edinburgh, per Builder p98
Item 313 of 3991958King's BarracksDunrod KirkcudbrightshireScotlandWith Shallis as architect in charge
Item 314 of 3991958Royal Scottish Museum, Lecture Theatre and exhibition rooms  Edinburgh, MidlothianScotlandWith Stewart Sim as Chief Architect
Item 315 of 3991958Telephone ExchangeGlenrothes FifeScotland 
Item 316 of 3991958Tulliallan Castle, gardens and lodgeKincardine-on-Forth FifeScotlandAlterations and additions including Dining Room, Assembly Hall and Residential unit
Item 317 of 3991958Woodcroft Telephone Exchange  EdinburghScotlandActed as executant architects
Item 318 of 3991960s(?)Armadale Telephone ExchangeArmadale West LothianScotland 
Item 319 of 3991960Kirkwall Post OfficeKirkwallMainlandOrkneyScotland 
Item 320 of 3991960Royal Botanic Garden, offices, herbarium and library  EdinburghScotland 
Item 321 of 3991960Telephone ExchangeAlloa ClackmannanshireScotland 
Item 322 of 3991961Post OfficeBurntisland FifeScotlandWith Stewart Sim as Chief Architect
Item 323 of 3991961Telephone Exchange  Edinburgh, MidlothianScotland 
Item 324 of 3991961Telephone ExchangeDunfermline FifeScotland 
Item 325 of 3991961Telephone Exchange and telephone repeater stationFalkirk StirlingshireScotland 
Item 326 of 3991963Royal Botanic Garden, glasshousesInverleith EdinburghScotlandWith Pearce and Johnson as architects in charge.
Item 327 of 3991963Royal Naval BaseFaslane Renfrewshire/DunbartonshireScotlandBy English office
Item 328 of 3991964Coulport Armaments DepotCoulport ArgyllScotlandEnglish office responsible
Item 329 of 3991964Inland Revenue Centre 1 Building (first building)East Kilbride LanarkshireScotlandWith R Stevenson as Architect
Item 330 of 3991964St George's Church  EdinburghScotlandAdaptation of church for use as record office - with R Saddler as architect in charge.
Item 331 of 3991965Castle of ParkGlenluce WigtownshireScotland18th century wings removed and programme of restoration undertaken
Item 332 of 3991965HM Naval Dockyard, HMS Caledonia and CochraneRosyth FifeScotlandEnglish office responsible
Item 333 of 3991965Post OfficeInverness Inverness-shireScotland 
Item 334 of 3991966New Abbey, slab marking the site of Devorgilla's tomb  DumfriesshireScotlandExecuted by Dods of Dumfries
Item 335 of 3991966(?)Telephone Exchange, Pitt Street  GlasgowScotland 
Item 336 of 3991966Tulliallan Castle, gardens and lodgeKincardine-on-Forth FifeScotlandRescreation block
Item 337 of 3991967Automatic Telephone Exchange type K21Alford AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 338 of 3991967Automatic Telephone Exchange type K21, Montgomery StreetLarkhall LanarkshireScotland 
Item 339 of 3991967Automatic telephone exchange type K22, Temple HillTroon AyrshireScotland 
Item 340 of 3991967Cumbernauld Health CentreCumbernauld New Town LanarkshireScotland 
Item 341 of 3991967Douglas Telephone Exchange  GlasgowScotland 
Item 342 of 3991967Employment exchange, Calder StreetBlantyre LanarkshireScotland 
Item 343 of 3991967General Post Office Savings Bank HeadquartersCowglen GlasgowScotlandScottish branch
Item 344 of 3991967Government training centreCranton EdinburghScotland 
Item 345 of 3991967Heavy goods vehicle testing stationLivingston West LothianScotland 
Item 346 of 3991967Heavy goods vehicle testing stationKilmarnock AyrshireScotland 
Item 347 of 3991967Heavy goods vehicle testing stationBridge of Don AberdeenScotland 
Item 348 of 3991967HM Naval Dockyard, Apprentices' training centreRosyth FifeScotland 
Item 349 of 3991967HM Naval Dockyard, combined stores, mess rooms, dining hall, kitchen, recreation & dormitory blocksRosyth FifeScotland 
Item 350 of 3991967HM Naval Dockyard, Computer BuildingRosyth  Scotland 
Item 351 of 3991967HM Naval Dockyard, HMS Caledonia and CochraneRosyth FifeScotlandWorkshop and store, HMS Caledonia
Item 352 of 3991967HM Naval Dockyard, Industrial HostelRosyth FifeScotland 
Item 353 of 3991967HM Naval Dockyard, Number 1 DockRosyth FifeScotland 
Item 354 of 3991967Industrial rehabilitation unitBellshill GlasgowScotland 
Item 355 of 3991967National Engineering Laboratory, Fluid Power LaboratoryEast Kilbride LanarkshireScotland 
Item 356 of 3991967National Engineering Laboratory, Institute of Advanced Machine Tool and Control TechnologyEast Kilbride LanarkshireScotland 
Item 357 of 3991967Office buildingSpringburn  Scotland 
Item 358 of 3991967Parcel Post Office building  GlasgowScotland 
Item 359 of 3991967Post office and sorting office, Kerr StreetKirkintilloch DunbartonshireScotland 
Item 360 of 3991967Post Office, Cathcart StreetGreenock RenfrewshireScotland 
Item 361 of 3991967Post Office, Duke Street  GlasgowScotland 
Item 362 of 3991967Post Office, West Nile Street  GlasgowScotland 
Item 363 of 3991967Post Office, WishawMotherwell and Wishaw LanarkshireScotland 
Item 364 of 3991967Radar Station, Lowther Hill  LanarkshireScotland 
Item 365 of 3991967RAF Kinloss HeadquartersKinloss MorayshireScotland 
Item 366 of 3991967Reinforced concrete cable tunnel and chamberTrunk Exchange GlasgowScotland 
Item 367 of 3991967Royal Naval Base, Sports CentreFaslane Argyll and ButeScotland 
Item 368 of 3991967Royal Naval Base, workshop and offices for mechanical and engineering maintenanceFaslane DunbartonshireScotland 
Item 369 of 3991967Royal Navy Base, Additional Boiler PlantFaslane DunbartonshireScotland 
Item 370 of 3991967Royal Navy base, Boat Centre, foreshore protection and car parksFaslane DunbartonshireScotland 
Item 371 of 3991967Senior Secondary SchoolNewbattle MidlothianScotland 
Item 372 of 3991967Shore Headquarters for RNR Tay DivisionAngus DundeeScotland 
Item 373 of 3991967Womens' prison and mens' security prisonHarewell LanarkScotland 
Item 374 of 3991968Palace of Holyroodhouse  EdinburghScotlandCeiling of picture gallery renewed with George Hay as architect in the Ministry of Public Buildings and Work
Item 375 of 3991968St Margaret (Anglican) ChurchRosyth FifeScotlandWith J R Johnston as Senior Architect
Item 376 of 399c. 1969Woodcroft Telephone Exchange  EdinburghScotlandAdditional wing
Item 377 of 3991970School HostelsKirkwallMainlandOrkneyScotland 
Item 378 of 3991971BarracksBalivanichBenbeculaInverness-shireScotland 
Item 379 of 3991971Telephone ExchangeAlloa ClackmannanshireScotlandRear extension by MOPBW
Item 380 of 3991974Meadowbank House  EdinburghScotland 
Item 381 of 3991974RAF LossiemouthLossiemouth MorayshireScotlandAlterations and additions
Item 382 of 3991976Customs and Excise OfficeInvergordon Ross and CromartyScotland 
Item 383 of 3991976Social Security OfficeKirkcaldy FifeScotland 
Item 384 of 3991977Royal High School  EdinburghScotlandAdaptation of school for Scottish Assembly
Item 385 of 399Before 1977University of Edinburgh, King's Buildings, Institute of Geological Sciences  EdinburghScotlandWith Pendreigh as architect
Item 386 of 3991978Tulliallan Castle, gardens and lodgeKincardine-on-Forth FifeScotlandFurther residential and teaching accommodation
Item 387 of 3991978Tulliallan Castle, gardens and lodgeKincardine-on-Forth FifeScotlandResidential and teaching accommodation
Item 388 of 3991979Kirkcaldy Sheriff CourtKirkcaldy FifeScotlandE addition
Item 389 of 3991981Kentigern House  GlasgowScotland 
Item 390 of 3991981Sheriff Court of Glasgow, Gorbals Street  GlasgowScotlandWith John Bull, Principal Architect with PSA as project co-ordinator
Item 391 of 3991982John Watson's School  EdinburghScotlandWorked with Robert Matthew Johnson Marshall & Partners on conversion.
Item 392 of 3991983RAF LossiemouthLossiemouth MorayshireScotlandASM Project
Item 393 of 3991983Sheriff Court Dunfermline FifeScotland 
Item 394 of 3991983Shotts PrisonShotts LanarkshireScotlandPhase 2
Item 395 of 3991984Sheriff Court HouseKilmarnock AyrshireScotland 
Item 396 of 3991988RAF Sara Vord, ValsgarthHaroldswickUnstShetlandScotland 
Item 397 of 3991990Benmore Steading  ArgyllScotlandRestoration
Item 398 of 3991990Marress HouseIrvine AyrshireScotland 
Item 399 of 3991992Procurator Fiscal's OfficeFalkirk StirlingshireScotland 

References

Bibliographic References

The following books contain references to this architectural practice:
 Author(s)DateTitlePartPublisherNotes
Item 1 of 2Glendinning, Miles1997Rebuilding Scotland: The Postwar Vision, 1945-75  Tuckwell Press Ltdp4 image of Montrose House; p4 Fountainbridge Telephone Exchange
p29, p163 Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden Plant Houses
Item 2 of 2Willis, Peter1977New architecture in Scotland  p72-3 Plant Houses, Royal Botanic Gardens

Periodical References

The following periodicals contain references to this architectural practice:
 Periodical NameDateEditionPublisherNotes
Item 1 of 12Builder14 October 1949  p483-84
Item 2 of 12Builder1 July 1949  p26
Item 3 of 12Builder28 July 1950  p140
Item 4 of 12Building20 January 1967  p153
Item 5 of 12Building10 November 1967  p252
Item 6 of 12Building17 February 1967  p170
Item 7 of 12Building10 March 1967  p187-8
Item 8 of 12Building14 April 1967  p182
Item 9 of 12Building5 May 1967  p174-7
Item 10 of 12Building16 June 1967  p200
Item 11 of 12Building14 July 1967  p120
Item 12 of 12Building18 August 1967  p128

Images

© All rights reserved. Courtesy of David Ross.  Photo taken 1956. From left to right: John Chalmers, Robert Greenoak (technician), David Ross.  At rear Thomas Gibson and half-hidden Stan Lambert. 

© All rights reserved. Courtesy of David Ross. Photo taken 1956. From left to right: John Chalmers, Robert Greenoak (technician), David Ross. At rear Thomas Gibson and half-hidden Stan Lambert.