St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies

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St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies is increasing its stock options at its Stenhouse base after significantly modifying the Edinburgh facility. Work has been completed on a ‘slap through’ which will expand the site by linking two separate warehouses which had previously been used f

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St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies has created two new senior management roles as part of an ongoing strategic growth plan. Rab McNally has been with the firm for 14 years and is stepping up from regional manager to group sales director.

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St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies has stepped up its sustainability drive by installing electric vehicle charging points at all four of its depots across Scotland. Headquartered at Prestonfield in Edinburgh, the firm serves both trade and retail customers across the Scottish central belt fro

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St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Brian McVeigh as its first group key accounts manager. Most recently sales director with structural timber importer and distributor Woodbridge Timber, he brings a wealth of experience to the

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The Energy Training Academy has started work on the first net zero home of its kind in Scotland. A one-bedroom bungalow, the unique property is housed within the 12,000 sq ft. training centre in Dalkeith and once finished it will comprise a kitchen, living room and bathroom, all kitted out with the

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The Energy Training Academy CIC has agreed a £50,000 deal with St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies which will help accelerate the development of the ground-breaking social enterprise. Work on transforming a 12,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Dalkeith has been ongoing this year, with phase one o

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St Andrews Timber and Building Supplies has launched a new landscaping division of the business as part of a £1 million expansion. The Edinburgh-based firm serves both trade and retail customers across the Scottish central belt from four locations in Edinburgh, Livingston and Paisley with over

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Scottish builders’ merchant St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies Group has received a substantial CBILS funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland to help support the business during the coronavirus pandemic. With five sites based in Edinburgh and one in Paisley, the company is

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