Arc-Tech Scotland

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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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BAM Construct UK has appointed Glasgow-based building services provider Arc-Tech (Scotland) to its Category 1 Preferred Sub-Contractor Supply Chain Management. Designed to “improve the construction process, build quality, health & safety and to establish more efficient methods of working t

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Arc-Tech (Scotland) commercial director, Alastair Graham, has hailed the importance of skills replenishment as the firm’s burgeoning, in-house training programmes continue to flourish. The Glasgow-based building services contractor provides mechanical, electrical and renewable service packages

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Building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) has appointed a new estimating director. Stuart Pattison first joined the Glasgow-based company as senior electrical estimator upon its formation in 2016 and now, having re-united with the firm this winter, he has assumed the new role of estimati

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Building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) has announced its appointment as a Powerwall Certified Installer for Tesla UK. An industry-leading brand for the automotive industry, Tesla is a household name for its design and manufacture of electric vehicles – now the most popular EV ch

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Glasgow-based building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd has welcomed a record eight trade apprentices to its business this summer. Arc-Tech first launched its annual apprentice intake in 2017 and has since undertaken a year-on-year commitment to providing young people – as well as a

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Construction work on the latest phase of Inverclyde Council’s educational improvement programme is now complete in Port Glasgow thanks to support from Arc-Tech (Scotland).

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A £2.8 million building services package is being deployed to transform the building into one of the UK’s leading heritage and arts attractions with the creation of a new museum and space for touring exhibitions.

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