SES Engineering Services (SES) has opened a second Scotland office, in Edinburgh, as it continues to expand north of the border.
The business, which first established a Scottish base in Glasgow seven years ago, last year completed a multi-million pound Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) project on the new Queensferry Crossing.
Other Scottish projects have included full M&E services on the University of Edinburgh’s £25 million project to establish a Data Technology Institute as well as on the Edinburgh Gateway railway station and interchange.
Colin Walker, business director Scotland, said, “The opening of our Edinburgh office is built on the strong foundation of the work we have completed and have secured with our partners across the whole of Scotland.
“This new office brings even more opportunities for our people, and the communities in which we work.
“Supplementing our Glasgow team base with our new Edinburgh office, represents our ongoing commitment to Scotland, our success here has been made possible by the ever-increasing number of exciting projects bringing critical investment into the country.
“We continue to provide time and cost-saving innovative solutions on and off site, across Scotland’s most outstanding infrastructure, education and science & research projects. In line with SES’ national growth strategy, we’re looking ahead to another outstanding seven years.”