Robert Beagley, Scotframe's business development manager – self build, Scotland South and West, is the latest participant in our Just A Minute feature. How did you get started in the industry? Like many people when I left school I didn’t know what I wanted to do and the thought of a care
Offsite timber frame specialist Scotframe has opened a new showroom and sales office in Cumbernauld. Responding to the increasing demand for timber homes, the new centre offers self-builders the chance to meet the experienced sales team face-to-face, discuss the timber kits available and consider fi
Timber frame specialist Scotframe is making key changes with a new senior director appointment to continually improve its customer experience. Tony Campbell has been appointed commercial sector director responsible for the teams, moving from operations into his new role. Previous to that he worked f
The first sections of a new assisted living facility in the Falkland Islands have just left the Inverurie headquarters of Scotframe en route to the other side of the world.
Scotframe has become one of the first timber frame specialists in the UK to secure the prestigious NHBC Accepts mark for its Valutherm PLUS build system. This pioneering ‘closed’ panel system - available only from Scotframe - can be used to efficiently construct all types of housing &nda
Glasgow-based communications agency Perceptive Communicators has launched support to help its construction industry clients and contacts communicate more effectively during the COVID-19 crisis. The consultancy, which specialises in the construction sector, has established a group on LinkedIn and is
Inverurie-headquartered offsite timber frame specialist Scotframe has appointed Andy Lewis to the new role of business development manager for central England in response to growing demand for timber frame homes across the country. Mr Lewis brings a wealth of experience from his previous roles in sa
Malcolm Thomson, sales and marketing director of Scotframe, details the need for collective action from the housebuilding industry to tackle climate change. It was Barack Obama who pointed out that the challenges of the 21 st century could not be met without collective action. And few would argue th
Two Aberdeenshire companies Scotframe and Cairnrowan Custom Homes are celebrating after three of their collaborations in Udny have reached the finals of the Build It Awards 2019. ‘Linkwood’ in is in the running for Best Timber Frame Home, ‘Millbank’ is up for Best Off-site Ma
Sustainable housing can alleviate fuel poverty, therefore, the higher upfront costs should not rule out the use of energy-efficient materials, argues Scotframe’s Malcolm Thomson. Hands up if you’ve heard about the urgent need for new homes? Chances are most of the business community have
By Malcolm Thomson, sales director at Scotframe With the UK and Scottish governments keen to tackle the housing crisis – and setting stretch targets for the number of new homes - institutional investors have pricked up their ears to the potential earnings from offsite construction.
Inverurie-based offsite timber frame specialist Scotframe has appointed Danny Johnson to the new role of business development manager for the North of England in response to growing demand for timber frame homes in the region and across the UK. Danny has enjoyed a successful 15-year career spanning
Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart MSP, today officially opened the new Dundee office of Scotframe Timber Engineering Ltd. Established in 1989 in Inverurie, Scotframe supplies full timber kit packages for housing and commercial projects across the UK.
Two Aberdeenshire companies are celebrating after their collaboration was named the Best Self Build Home under £250k at the UK-wide BuildIt awards in London. Scotframe and Cairnrowan Custom Homes picked up the accolade for their partnership on ‘Glencommon’, near Banchory, Aberdeens
Malcolm Thomson By Malcolm Thomson, sales director at Scotframe