Pert Bruce Construction

Residential Refurbishments

We continually seek out any potential residential development sites within the area, whether they be greenfield or brownfield sites, large or small.

Located in Montrose, just a stone’s throw from the Angus Glens, Pert Bruce has gained a reputation as the contractor of choice when it comes to complex refurbishments of heritage residential properties, and we have a portfolio that demonstrates the quality of finish we demand on all our projects.

Whether the project is the conversion of 19th Century farm steading, a high-performance residential property, or the refurbishment of an historic castle, the Pert Bruce team has a wealth of experience to be able to respond to the specific demands these fragile buildings demand. This experience includes both our management leaders as well as the direct tradespeople, some of whom have been with the business for over 40 years.

In common with all our Projects, we have a supply chain of subcontractors and suppliers who share the experience and passion in preserving and improving these historic buildings for the next generation to enjoy, and we work with them to deliver every build on time and on budget.

  • Private Residential Construction
  • Ashludie House Refurbishment by Pert Bruce Construction
  • Glenbuchat Lodge Pert Bruce Construction

Recently Completed Construction Projects

Residential Refurbishments in North East Scotland

You can view our recent residential refurbishment projects below. We have proven experience in large-scale residential refurbishments and restorations. We regularly work with clients across the North East of Scotland to complete their new residential refurbishment works.

  • An outstanding 15th century house on a site owned by the same family for 800+ years requires a very special application of conservation principles

  • Refurbishment of a traditional stone farm building into a two-bedroom residential property. The project involved restoration works to the existing stone barn and a new build section of a timber-clad building.

  • The construction package involved taking the existing Tillypronie House annex buildings, stripping out the internals, and creating a new 10-bedroom fully catered shooting lodge.

  • Full refurbishment and fit-out of a 13-unit high-specification residential development, Ashludie House.

  • The project at Glenbuchat Shooting Lodge in Strathdon, Aberdeenshire was centred around the 14,000 Acre Estate and the 14-bed Lodge. The scope was to bring back the main lodge and estate infrastructure to a modern standard to enable the estate to become a grouse and deer sporting estate for a Royal-linked client.