Industry and Infrastructure

Our multidisciplinary team provides construction consulting services for all commercial, urban expansion and industrial developments.

Tall silos and steel piping detail at the newly constructed industrial site for Mowi at Kyleakin on Skye.

Our skills and expertise are applicable to every stage of a project, from the early design and pre-construction phase, through tender and procurement, to on-site construction and ongoing monitoring and supervision of the works.

We advise clients on all aspects of their developments and help to manage these accordingly, including costings, programming, contractual arrangements, health and safety, communication with stakeholders, and coordination of contractors.

Our experienced team understands the many challenges involved in taking heavy industrial and infrastructure projects from start to finish – expertise that allows our clients to make the most of their business opportunities and to proceed with financial certainty and confidence.

Key Contacts
Ian MacGregor Director
John McKaig Director
Wesley Bathgate Director

Core infrastructure

We help local authorities and large-scale developers to deliver core infrastructure construction projects in both urban and rural environments, including roads, bridges, drainage, large-scale earthworks, district heating, new energy infrastructure and canal works.

We work with clients to identify the most cost-effective solution for their projects. This involves close collaboration with the design team as we explore various options, procurement routes and phasing of works.

A hydro scheme under construction in Scotland. A timber frame is built across a river supported by concrete. Four workers in hi-vis are position across the structure. In the background rock that has been cut into  is visible.
Inside the schuh distribution warehouse, a newly built facility. Conveyer belts at high level move boxes of shoes, with stock stacked in large boxes throughout the warehouse

Industrial projects

We have extensive industrial experience, having contributed our expertise to a wide range of successful projects, such as purpose-built factories, large industrial warehouses and storage silos.

We have also been involved in all enabling and infrastructure works required to prepare development-ready plots for future industrial use.

At Kyleakin on Skye, the improved pier after construction works for the new feed mill. The mill's tall silos are on the left of the picture with an orange supply ship docked at the pier. A bright day with some cloud obscuring a distant mountain.
Development underway at Winchburgh with the canal and railway line visible from the air. A flooded quarry is shown alongwith works for new roads and a new marina basin adjoining the canal is just in shot.

Town redevelopment schemes

We are currently providing cost and procurement, project management and NEC supervisor services on several enabling and infrastructure projects that form critical parts of wider town redevelopments and masterplanning schemes across Scotland.

We have built strong relationships with experts in their specific fields, including urban designers, town planners, landscape architects, masterplanners, ecologists, engineers and sustainability experts.

The wide-ranging works include service diversions, culvert reconstructions, stream diversions, formation of new suds ponds, drainage works, ground remediation and stabilisation and the formation of new roads, footpaths, canal cycle paths and associated services.

Stockingfield bridge from the air. The bridge provides crossings between three areas adjoining the Forth and Clyde Canal in Glasgow.
An aerial view of the M9 junction at Winchburgh under construction. The motorway flies over a road with two feeder roundabouts. The road works are surrounded by fields at harvest with hay bales.

Public realm landscaping

We have worked on a number of public realm, hard and soft landscaping projects to improve existing open and recreational spaces for communities. 

These regeneration projects often go through an extensive consultation with local stakeholders, a process that we often help to facilitate. This ensures that the works are carried out in the best interests of local people and fulfil their aspirations for the public space in question.

Saughton Park and Gardens, Edinburgh. In the formal garden a historic sandstone sundial is surrounded by  a ring of low wooden benches and flower beds edged with box hedging. In the distance the buildings of Saughton Park - cafe and visitor centre.