M&E works progressing well at Perth City Hall transformation project

ARC-Tech (Scotland) has announced that the installation of M&E works is progressing well at one of the firm’s largest ever projects – the transformation of Perth City Hall.

Working on behalf of main contractor BAM Construction, in partnership with hub East Central Scotland, a £2.8 million building services package is helping to turn the building into a leading heritage and arts attraction with the creation of a new museum and space for touring exhibitions.

Arc-Tech’s list of services includes the installation of air conditioning, ventilation, gas, LTHW and CHW, as well as all lighting, security, fire and data systems.

Construction started in February, with a formal launch set for 2024.

John Gallacher, Arc-Tech MD, said, “The project will become a valued asset to the city of Perth and the tourist industry of Scotland. Our progress on-site to date has been very positive and our focus will be to maintain our leading quality standards and customer service as we move towards contract completion.”

Jim Ward, BAM Construction regional director, added, “We are delighted to be collaborating with Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd once again and we look forward to our partnership delivering a first class facility for hub East Central Scotland and Perth and Kinross Council.”