Architects Leslie Grahame Thomson and Frank J Connell are commissioned by Caledonian Insurance Company to build their new headquarters.
Sculptor Alexander Carrick is commissioned to cast two larger than life sized bronze statues representing ‘Safety’ (man with girl) and ‘Security’ (woman with baby and boy) for the main entrance.
Upon completion of construction, Caledonian Insurance Company moved from its previous headquarters at 19 George Street, today known as The George.
The interior was reconfigured to function as a multi-tenant building serving companies in the insurance and finance sectors.
Major works to restore and modernise the building are carried out.