Arc-Tech Scotland

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Building services provider Arc-Tech (Scotland) has made a series of promotions this spring with a new appointment to their board of directors and senior management team. Andrew Halliday originally joined the Glasgow-based business in 2022 as commercial manager and within six months, was promoted to

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Building services provider Arc-Tech (Scotland) has announced an intake of trade apprentices for the seventh straight year. Three apprentices will join the £25 million turnover company in August and embark upon a four-year, industry-recognised programme to become qualified heating engineers and

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Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) services are supporting modernisation works at Merchiston Castle School, a boy’s Boarding School located in Colinton, south-east Edinburgh. Arc-Tech (Scotland), a specialist for M&E service installations, is supporting Linear Design and Construct to up

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Solar batteries have been installed at a new affordable housing development in North Lanarkshire in a bid to tackle fuel poverty and climate change. Located at the Holehills Regeneration on Dykehead Road northeast of Airdrie town centre, 150 two and three-bedroom homes for social rent are replacing

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Glasgow-based building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) has confirmed an intake of three trade apprentices in 2023. The Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) service installation specialist works with some of the country’s most well-known construction companies in the delivery of commer

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Glasgow-based building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) has appointed Andrew Halliday as a commercial director. Founded in 2016, Arc-Tech specialises in the delivery of mechanical, electrical, and renewable service installations to support residential and commercial construction.

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Building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) has confirmed the employment of five, new trade apprentices this August. The Glasgow-based company specialises in mechanical and electrical service provision for new build construction and has an annual turnover in excess of £20 million with 140

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Building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) is to support the construction of 75 new net zero homes in Granton. The Glasgow-based firm offers turnkey Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) solutions for residential and industrial/ commercial development and will work alongside CCG (Scotland) to

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Construction works continue to progress at the £7.4 million Paisley Learning & Cultural Hub as Arc-Tech (Scotland) commences the M&E installation. The new facility, located on High Street in the town centre, comprises the repurposing and reconfiguration of former retail premises into a

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