A MORRISON TIMELINE
1948: Fraser Morrison born in Tain, Scotland; Morrison Construction founded by his father.
1956: RMJM founded in Edinburgh and London by Robert Matthew and Stirrat Johnson-Marshall.
1966: Hillier Architecture founded in Princeton, N.J., by J. Robert Hillier.
1974: Morrison Construction taken over by conglomerate; Peter Morrison born.
1989: Fraser and Gordon Morrison lead management buyout of Morrison Construction.
1999: Construction begs on Scottish Parliament building.
2000: Morrison Construction sold to AWG for £263 million.
2002: Falkirk Wheel opens; Sir Fraser and Peter Morrison back management buyout of RMJM.
2003: Sir Fraser Morrison sued by AWG for £130 million; Inquiry begs into Scottish Parliament delays and overruns.
2004: Scottish Parliament opens.
2005: Peter Morrison becomes CEO of RMJM; Scottish Parliament wins Stirling Prize.
2006: RMJM wins Gazprom competition.
2007: RMJM acquires Hillier Architecture for £30 million; Sir Fraser Morrison becomes CEO of RMJM Hillier.