A Renfrewshire building has been named one of the most impressive building projects in Scotland.

RICS Awards 2024 revealed the winners at an awards ceremony held at the Edinburgh Futures Institute.

They judged projects in five categories including residential development, community benefit, heritage, public sector, and refurbishment-revitalisation.

University of Strathclyde, The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) in Renfrew was revealed as the winner of the public sector project category.

Colin Smith, chairman of the Scotland RICS Awards judging panel, praised the winning entries.

He said: "These winning projects are a true testament to the hard work and dedication of industry professionals in Scotland.

"The talent and collaborative approaches undertaken by the teams behind these projects have resulted in exemplary and innovative schemes that really do represent the very best built projects across Scotland.

"RICS is delighted to recognise the hard work that went behind ensuring these projects were delivered successfully and I wish the winning projects the best of luck in the grand final later this year."

The regional winners will now compete at the national level during the RICS Awards Grand Final at The Park Plaza Riverbank in London on October 4.

One national winner will be crowned as the project of the year.

Additional details can be found on the RICS Awards UK website.