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post updated 14 August 2023

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31 Oct 2012
WL Gore Associates
Design: Michael Laird Architects
WL Gore Associates Livingston office building West Lothian
image © Keith Hunter
WL Gore Associates
W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. is an American multinational manufacturing company specializing in products derived from fluoropolymers. It is a privately held corporation headquartered in Newark, Delaware. It is best known as the developer of waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex fabrics.

25 Oct 2012
Pumpherston and Uphall Primary School, West Lothian
Design: Morgan Sindall
Pumpherston and Uphall Primary School
image © Keith Hunter
Pumpherston and Uphall Primary School
Morgan Sindall were awarded the first Scottish Futures Trust funded school for Pumpherston and Uphall Station near Livingston in West Lothian. The new school accommodates up to 231 primary school children and includes eight classrooms, an assembly hall and dining area, a nursery with 30 morning and 30 afternoon place, a general purpose room, a community library, administration accommodation and changing facilities.

Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
Date built: 2010
Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
photograph : Keith Hunter
Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
Glenmorangie moved into its new head office in Edinburgh, Southeast Scotland, UK. LVMH’s whisky operation moved into its new head office at The Cube in Edinburgh city centre after the company behind the Ardbeg and Glenmorangie whisky brands sold its 33-acre bottling plant and headquarters in Broxburn, to rival Diageo, the company behind Johnnie Walker whisky.

15 Jan 2010
Howden Park Centre
Date built: 2010
Design: Nicoll Russell Studios
Howden Arts Centre Livingston building
photo © Keith Hunter Photography
Howden Arts Centre
Situated largely within mature parkland, Howden Park Centre originally evolved in piecemeal fashion from a converted coach house into a popular but inherently limited arts centre. Nicoll Russell Studios were commissioned to redevelop the building as increasingly intensive use by professional and community groups highlighted the need for the building to expand considerably and resolve a range of issues if future needs were to be met in a fit for purpose environment.

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Business Incubation Centre, Alba Campus
Date built: 2006
Design: REID architecture
Alba Campus
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Alba Campus offices
The scheme for Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian will provide a variety of office accommodation over 2 levels for new and small businesses arranged around communal, interactive spaces managed by an operator offering business advice and support.

The Elements
Date built: 2008
Design: BDP
Livingston Building
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The Elements shopping centre
Elements Square, owned by Land Securities, is a major retail addition to the town centre. Conceived as six separate buildings united by a transparent ETFE roof, it creates a new public heart for Livingston, and includes a major covered tiered space with an upper level wintergarden.

Learning Disabilities Centre
Date built: 2008
Design: macmon architects
Learning Disabilities Centre
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Livingston Learning Disabilities Centre

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