South Lanarkshire College, one of Scotland’s foremost academic institutions, has chosen Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd to undertake an extensive range of service upgrades to improve facilities for the forthcoming academic year.
The works undertaken by Arc-Tech will be primarily focused on the main campus building and are set to be complete in time for the academic year commencing in September. They include lighting replacement to internal corridors, atria areas, selected classrooms, external car park lighting, external façade lighting and the installation of signage lighting. Destratification ventilation will be installed to workshops and upgrades to kitchens also include ventilation which is inclusive of kitchen canopy replacement.
Boiler efficiency upgrades including the installation of an energy monitoring system and Building Management System control upgrades are also part of the programme to aid the college in managing energy consumption.
The college is also home to two of Arc-Tech’s trade apprentices,1st year plumbing and heating engineer, Sean Duncan, and 1st year plumber, Finlay Bruce.
South Lanarkshire College