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St Andrews project could create work for plumbing course students

Technicians who have taken plumbing courses could be required during the redevelopment of the Hamilton Grand, the iconic building overlooking the 18th green of the Old Course at St Andrews.

Kohler Co purchased the complex in 2009 through a subsidiary called The Old Course and will now turn the famous structure into 26 luxury residences.

Construction of the two, three and four-bedroom apartments may see engineers with plumbing course qualifications brought in to carry out certain procedures.

The development company officially changed the name of the building to the Hamilton Grand as a nod to its previous incarnations as the Grand Hotel and the St Andrews University dormitory Hamilton Hall.

One of the most sought-after properties in the complex is likely to be the penthouse, which will boast a private balcony and 360-degree views of the surrounding area.

The Old Course at St Andrews is the oldest golf venue in the world, with the first recorded usage of the green space coming from 1574.

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