Tilbury Douglas gets £20m worth of Scottish projects underway
Building, infrastructure, engineering and fit-out business Tilbury Douglas has begun construction on three new projects in Scotland in the month of November, worth almost £20 million.
A successful work-winning period for Tilbury Douglas in Scotland has resulted in the commencement of construction activities on two projects for the City of Edinburgh Council. Activities are underway on the Kirkliston Primary and Early Years Extension, which involve the design and build of a new early learning centre, as well as the Bankhead Depot re-modelling project which will improve and upgrade existing facilities.
The third project is situated in Bellshill and will provide a new fleet depot for North Lanarkshire Council.
Barry O’Hagan, Scottish regional operations director at Tilbury Douglas, said: “Due to our strong track record, we have had a successful couple of months in terms of work winning. It was great to see these three projects commence in November. The City of Edinburgh Council and North Lanarkshire Council are two exciting new clients for us and we are delighted to have secured these projects.
“These schemes, along with other recent wins, will make for a strong start to the financial year for Tilbury Douglas in Scotland.”