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Specifier's choice: Scottish Institute of Sport HQ, Stirling

Sutherland Lyall talks to Oberlanders Architects' Robert Turner about a project where the specification was maintained almost 100 per cent The Scottish Institute of Sport is a division of SportsScotland that provides and administers sports training infrastructure for Scottish athletes. Originally based at its parent's headquarters in Edinburgh, the institute decided to look for a site with attached existing sporting facilities.

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