The Stunning McEwan Hall

The Grade A Listed McEwan Hall is the graduating hall of the University of Edinburgh, in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. It is without doubt one of the finest buildings in the United Kingdom and was presented to the University in 1897 by William McEwan, brewer and politician, at a cost of £115,000. Sir Robert Rowand Anderson was the architect.


Hutton Stone have been proud to be involved with one of the most prestigious restorative projects in Scotland. McEwan Hall has been a large project that has seen us produce over 150 tones of masonry as well as highly skilled carving.

Stone Used: Witton Fell / Stanton Moor

Architects: LDN Architects

Job Type: Restorative. 4 Phases over 4 Years

Status: Completed.