Advance Construction Scotland
Groundwork to prepare the historic IBM Greenock site for a potential £100 million residential and commercial transformation has begun in earnest.
Published 10 August 2020
“Extreme pressure” is being placed on the Scottish construction industry due to the lack of detail for the UK Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, a building company has warned.
Published 6 April 2020
Plans to progress a significant new mixed-use development on the site of the former IBM facility at Spango Valley, Greenock have been submitted to Inverclyde Council.
Published 11 February 2020
A £250 million development of the former Tullis Russell paper factory between Glenrothes and Markinch has been given the green light by Fife Council.
Published 25 October 2019
Advance Construction Scotland Ltd joined forces with ENGIE to give delegates from Glasgow Kelvin College a work-based learning opportunity in a real-time working environment.
Published 7 October 2019
In Pictures: Apprentice offered job by Advance Construction Scotland after completing employability programme
Advance Construction Scotland (ACS) has offered full-time employment to Declan Martin after he participating in an employability programme run by Wheatley Group.
Published 10 September 2019
Two Scottish multi-utilities specialists are to join forces to create a major new operator for the UK.
Published 29 August 2019
Advance Construction Scotland has extended its congratulations to three of its employees who graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with degrees in Quantity Surveying.
Published 10 July 2019
Young People from Merkland School have been gaining valuable employability and vocational skills for their future careers thanks to Advance Construction Scotland.
Published 27 February 2019
Advance Construction Scotland has offered the use of its Tullis Russel Paper Mill site in Fife to Police Scotland for vital officer training.
Published 22 February 2019
Plans to build a major new housing development that will transform the old Tullis Russell Paper Mill site between Glenrothes and Markinch have been submitted to Fife Council.
Published 29 June 2018
Work will soon begin on a new development that will completely transform Shotts, following planning approval from North Lanarkshire Council.
Published 19 June 2018
Lord Duncan, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Scotland Office, visited the site of The HALO Kilmarnock yesterday to witness work getting under way on the £65 million urban regeneration project.
Published 5 December 2017
Advance Construction has submitted plans for a major regeneration project which will transform the historic Tullis Russell Paper Mill site in Fife.
Published 5 December 2017
A construction student on an employability course at New College Lanarkshire has secured full-time employment with a leading construction business through a successful industry partnership.
Published 22 December 2015