Alison Tunnah
Director – Stirling


Alison joined Blyth & Blyth as a Director in 2022.

She is responsible for the new Stirling office and leads the team to deliver projects across a variety of sectors.

With 22 years of engineering and construction experience in public and private sector, Alison has valuable experience of a wide variety of project types for a diverse range of clients.

Proudest moment at Blyth & Blyth? Or project you were most proud to be involved in?

The project Alison is most proud of to date is the Glasgow School of Arts satellite campus in Forres. The project brought to life an old dairy farm steading and turned it into a state of the art Satellite Campus for Glasgow School of Art. The contrasts of old and new made the campus particularly satisfying to be part of.

In 2005 Alison was the first ever woman to achieve a Modern Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering, this is something she is particularly proud of and has in turn made a commitment to help get as many young people into the industry as possible by promoting alternative training routes that are available.

Favourite building and why?

Our Stirling office looks directly onto the Wallace Monument in Stirling which makes for a spectacular view. It’s a fantastic building and well worth a visit if you’ve never been, the views from the top across Forth valley are spectacular.