Quantity Surveying and Health and Safety services on large conservation project


National Trust for Scotland



Built on the site of the old Kellie Castle, Haddo House dates back to 1732. The House has a rich history from being owned by a British Prime Minister to temporary conversion for an emergency maternity hospital during World War II.

Today the House is owned and operated by the National Trust for Scotland. Conservation works required for this project included external fabric repairs such including challenging high level lead work and work to the rainwater goods.


Our Involvement

BDG Thomson Gray provided a full range of construction cost consultancy and CDM Co-Ordination services on the project. The cost consultancy services included cost planning, tender preparation, tender reporting and post contract financial control.


Project Outcomes

The completed conservation work tended to the required maintenance on the House, allowing it to continue operating as an important historical landmark and tourist attraction in the North-East of Scotland.