Capital Building – Edinburgh

This beautiful building is located on the corner of George Street and St Andrew Square.

Built between 1938 and 1940 for Caledonian Insurance, the largest insurance company at the time, the Capital Building was designed by architects Leslie Grahame Thomson and Frank J Connell.

In the 1980s, the interior was renovated to be a multi-tenant building for insurance and finance companies. Two large bronze statues by sculptor Alexander Carrick are above the main entrance.

  • Facilities Management

  • Property Management

  • Asset Management

Operational Efficiency

Streamlined processes, reduced administrative burdens, and optimized workflows, enabling the corporate occupier to operate more smoothly.

Strategic Cost Management

Effective control of occupational expenses, ensuring that resources are utilised efficiently, ultimately contributing to cost savings for the corporate occupier.

Risk Mitigation

Corporate occupiers can mitigate risks associated with compliance issues, ensuring a secure and legally sound environment for their operations.