arts, charities, engineering, heritage

Event will reflect on James Watt’s life and legacy

History fans are being invited to a free event to celebrate the life and legacy of inventor James Watt. The evening – on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 – will feature talks and films about the great man. It will be hosted in the historic Hippodrome Cinema in Bo’ness: just a few miles from Watt’s cottage… Continue reading Event will reflect on James Watt’s life and legacy

business support, engineering

Contracts bring multi-million boost

A MULTI-MILLION pound package of contracts has been won by Falkirk’s Clark Eriksson. It will see staff working with three of the world's leading companies. The engineering firm has signed contracts to provide design and project management services to Syngenta and Avecia in Grangemouth and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in Montrose. CE boss Jim Toner said that… Continue reading Contracts bring multi-million boost

engineering, IT, Sun Microsystems, Uncategorized

Royal honour as hi-tech firm scoops top award

WORKERS at a West Lothian computer company were celebrating last night (Tuesday, April 11, 2000) . . . after their firm was presented with a top award by HRH The Princess Royal. Sun Microsystems Scotland, which employs 700 people at its plant in Linlithgow, scooped the Scottish Engineering Award - dubbed the industry's "most prestigious… Continue reading Royal honour as hi-tech firm scoops top award