Clancy Feature in Project Scotland Magazine
Article posted on: 22nd November 2018
We were delighted to feature in the Scottish construction news magazine, Project Scotland. The article discusses our strengthened Scottish presence through a number of varied contracts and an increased focus on our MEP division. Some of the highlights from the article are detailed below.
Our MEP presence in Scotland has strengthened recently to a good self-sustaining size, which complements our Civil and Structural offering and provides clients with a one-stop-shop. The MEP division is currently involved with many high-profile projects including the £4.2m fit-out of KPMG’s Edinburgh offices, refurbishment works at Aspect House in Blantyre for Scottish Power and infrastructure replacement works at Glasgow Prestwick Airport.
Our Scottish offices are on a number of frameworks for affordable housing projects, including Wheatley and North View Housing Association, serviced by our Glasgow office. Also, a nine-site initiative for Fife Council is nearing completion and has involved a combination of new build units and conversion and refurbishment of existing stock. The final site, a multimillion pound conversion of Burntisland Primary School into housing, is due to finish this year.
The article concludes to say that the future looks good for the business and our Glasgow and Prestwick offices. With around 30 members of staff operating in Scotland, a combination of long serving operatives, some with over twenty years’ service, and new employees including graduates and apprentices, this blend of staff gives a vibrant mix of youth and experience.
John, Director in our Glasgow office explained:
“We feel that we’ve got a system in place that will bring people in, which will help Clancy going forward into the future to provide the same kind of quality value engineering.”
The full article is available here.