construction, Ogilvie, public sector

Ogilvie starts work on £2.9 million recycling facility

OGILVIE Construction has started work building a new £2.9 million recycling and waste management facility for Stirling Council. The new facility will be situated at Lower Polmaise, near Fallin – just outside Stirling. It will receive all recyclables and waste collected from households, and will enable sorting of quality materials to be reused and recycled,… Continue reading Ogilvie starts work on £2.9 million recycling facility

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Van-tastic! Ogilvie drives to success in new vehicles

OGILVIE Construction has just taken delivery of 30 new Ford Transit vans. “It’s part of our commitment to invest in plant and machinery to deliver the very best for our customers,” said managing director Phil McEwan. “During this downturn, some companies are cutting back on renewing vehicles and other essential equipment to do the job.… Continue reading Van-tastic! Ogilvie drives to success in new vehicles

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New homes in Prestonpans

OGILVIE Construction has handed over new council flats to East Lothian Council. The eight, one-bedroomed properties at Middleshot Square in Prestonpans will provide homes for local familes. Ogilvie Construction Managing Director Phil McEwan said: "We're delighted to hand over these new flats to East Lothian Council - helping to provide high quality, affordable accommodation for… Continue reading New homes in Prestonpans

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Boost for families as new homes built in Dunbar

FAMILIES are moving into the first new council houses to be built in Dunbar, East Lothian, since 1974. This month (July), the second of six phases at the new Brunt Court development in the town will be completed. A total of 88 properties are being built on the 2.2 hectare site, previously an agricultural field.… Continue reading Boost for families as new homes built in Dunbar

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Ogilvie helps Sheraton with its Grand designs

A MULTI-MILLION pound refurbishment programme has started at one of Edinburgh's leading hotels. The five-star Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa, in the west end of the city centre, is undergoing a complete re-design of all its bedrooms and suites, increasing the overall number of rooms to 268 - as well as developing an opulent Grand… Continue reading Ogilvie helps Sheraton with its Grand designs

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New Year start for £10 million hospital project

BUILDING work is starting in the New Year on a £10 million project to modernise Adamson Hospital in Cupar, Fife. Ogilvie Construction is carrying out the work on behalf of NHS Fife. Construction work is expected to start at the Bank Street site in early January – with an official sod cutting ceremony taking place… Continue reading New Year start for £10 million hospital project

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New £9 million leisure centre to open its doors

A NEW £9 million leisure complex in Lanark is set to open its doors. The facility – called “South Lanarkshire Lifestyles – Lanark” has been built by Ogilvie Construction for South Lanarkshire Council. It will be operated and maintained by the authority’s leisure partner, South Lanarkshire Leisure Ltd. The new centre, close to the town’s… Continue reading New £9 million leisure centre to open its doors

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Workers honoured in awards ceremonies

TWO young workers from Stirling-based Ogilvie Construction have been honoured in awards ceremonies. Derek Currie (20), who lives in Stirling, was given two prizes in a ceremony run by the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers' Federation (SNIPEF). He was named the best third year apprentice at Forth Valley College and the David A More… Continue reading Workers honoured in awards ceremonies

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Minister tours Edinburgh regeneration site

SCOTTISH Communities Minister Rhona Brankin today (Tuesday, February 27) toured the Oxgangs area of Edinburgh to see how a Government-funded regeneration project was progressing and to meet local residents. Rundown tower blocks have been flattened and are being replaced with more than 240 new houses and flats in a multi-million pound project at Firrhill Park.… Continue reading Minister tours Edinburgh regeneration site