Glasgow-based Mechanical and Electrical Services contractor, Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd, has completed works at a major mixed-use development located in the south side of Glasgow.
New Gorbals Housing Association has been a key player in the regeneration of Hutchesontown for over 25 years and a partner in the award-winning Crown Street Regeneration Project.
Situated on Crown Street itself, now forming a new “Civic” centre, Main Contractor CCG (Scotland) Ltd led the construction of the new, high-specification offices for the Association as well as the delivery of 28 one and two-bedroom flats, each contributing to the formation of a new ‘public piazza’ which is open to residents and the wider community.
Arc-Tech installed all of the office’s heating, ventilation water services, drainage and electrical systems as well as data & telecommunications, CCTV, lighting and fire alarms.
Solar PV was also installed on the roof of the flatted block to ensure that the residents at Crown Street benefit from efficient energy distribution long-term savings on their energy bills.
Managing Director of Arc-Tech, John Gallacher, said: “The new Crown Street development is a comprehensive regeneration and we were delighted to be involved, delivering high-quality M&E services in support of the construction programme. Our expert site team performed very well to ensure the contract was delivered on time and on budget.”
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP recently opened the development alongside Glasgow City Council Leader, Susan Aitken and members of New Gorbals Housing Association.< back