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Thoulstone Park nears Completion

September 2023

Busy week with trip to site at Thoulstone Park, not far from Bristol.


Site looking great and with a final month to go befor completion. Project includes the construction of Holiday Accommodation and Farm Shop, with the challenging part a 1.5km pumped effluent connection back to nearby village of Chapmanslade which is now complete

Top reasons to become EngTech MICE

July 2023

Sam Robertson recently shared his top four reasons with the ICE on why he and others have successfully embarked on the EngTech MICE journey.


Sam now enjoys the trust placed in him by colleagues and clients alike thanks to his qualification, commenting: ‚ÄúEngTech MICE status allows me to take on more responsibility at work, be professionally recognised when dealing with clients and opens the door for further progression at work and through the ICE.‚ÄĚ

Check out the ICE Community blog 4 Top Reasons To Become An ICE Engineering Technician | Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for more details.


First look at Albyn Hospital expansion

June 2023

First look at Albyn Hospital expansion project where a new theatre is part of an ambitious £8m renovation project currently underway at the hospital.


Cameron + Ross Consulting Engineers are delighted to see the expansion project underway having working alongside Mackie Ramsay Taylor Architects and Burns Construction (Aberdeen) Ltd.

There will be four new operating theatres when the construction work is complete creating the opportunity for more patients to access private healthcare quicker and reduce waiting times for their procedures.

Retirement after incredible 33 years

May 2023

Cameron + Ross extend their best wishes to Jennifer Main, who recently retired from the practise. Jennifer has been an esteemed member for an incredible 33 years and will be greatly missed by everyone here.


We know you will all join us in wishing Jennifer the very best as she starts a new chapter in her life. She now plans to travel more and some well-deserved time to paint her nails!!
We are fortunate that Lynne Shepherd has join the practise as Office Manager and wish her every success in the role.

Starbucks café emerges

May 2023

Steel frame erection gets underway beneath blue skies on global coffee chain Starbucks latest café and drive-thru at Broadfield Road, Bridge of Don.


The new café and drive-thru will be opening soon, next to the KFC restaurant and will have plenty space for outdoor seating as well as electric vehicle charging points. Cameron + Ross Consulting Engineers are excited to see construction works well underway having worked alongside Halliday Fraser Munro and MTM Construction Ltd.

We are sure the surrounding area will soon be enjoying Starbucks passion for coffee.

A touch of a magic at Murrayfield

February 2023

Thankfully, with the touch of a magician, Finn Russell who built an insurmountable lead for Scotland against Wales on Saturday at Murrayfield, meant Cameron + Ross Consulting Engineers and everyone who joined us to celebrate our 30th Anniversary in style.


Cameron + Ross, established in January 1993 are now expanding into Edinburgh which is an exciting prospect for us with both Bartek Szymanski and Grant Anderson CEng MICE leading the way. We hope they can go from strength to strength especially after the chance to chat with a legend of the game, Scott Hastings to give them a wee pep talk!

Hope you enjoyed the day as much as we did Bruce Allan, Dugald Skene, Martin Forbes, Philip Edwards and Trail Architects

Another phase complete at Tornagrain

January 2023

We are excited to see completion of another phase at the new town of Tornagrain, Inverness. It has been amazing to be part of the #team with Places for People creating this stunning #community .


The development recently received recognition with a special mention in Architecture Today. We are also proud of the recognition for the home, The Woodend, which was named House of the Year by the Scottish Home Awards - it is a real showstopper!

Well done to everyone involved.