The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) opened in 2019 to wide acclaim for both its facilities and the structure’s stunning appearance: attributable in part to the choice of a roof design featuring Kalzip® stranding seam profiles.
A number of pre-existing farm structures have been reconstructed using CUPA PIZARRAS Heavy 3 slate in order to house a new Scottish whisky distillery, Ardross.
The creation of an important new aerospace research facility at Prestwick in Scotland has included the largest installation to date of the innovative new AluPlusSolar system developed by Kalzip®.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ Heavy 3 slate has been used to rebuild a previously run-down village hall, into An Talla Loch Ness Visitor Centre, a visitor gateway to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal.
The historic Bell Street Stables in Glasgow has recently undergone an extensive conversion, featuring the installation of Alumasc’s Flushjoint aluminium rainwater downpipe system.
Granada Secondary Glazing’s new dedicated operation in Scotland will serve the rising demand for specific secondary glazing solutions in all types of buildings North of the Border.
The former Holmlea Primary School is one of Glasgow’s most distinctive residential developments. It features the Heritage Cast Aluminium rainwater system from Alumasc.
An open letter from the GGF is urging the Scottish Government to immediately ease restrictions that prevent tradespeople from working in people’s homes unless it is essential.
The GGF has welcomed the Governments’ recent unveiling of their roadmaps to recovery, but remains cautious after many false starts to the recovery over the past year.
CMS Group Support Services Director Martin McCrimmon has been named the 2020 Institute of Directors (IoD) Scotland Director of the Year – ‘Social Value & Sustainability Impact’