BUILDING services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) has announced the firm’s work is complete at the new £3 million Larkfield Early Years Centre in Greenock.
Arc-Tech provided M&E services at the nursery – the fifth project the business has completed on behalf of hub West Scotland for Inverclyde Council in as many years.
Up to 100 children aged 2-5 will benefit from the new learning environment. Mechanical ventilation, domestic water services and above ground drainage, as well as lighting, small power, fire detection, security, and data systems are amongst the services that have been installed as part of a turnkey M&E design.
John Gallacher, Arc-Tech MD, said, “Larkfield Early Years is Arc-Tech’s fifth contract to have been delivered on behalf of hub West Scotland for Inverclyde Council and the second to have been completed this year following on from our successful completion at the Rainbow Family Centre extension in Port Glasgow. Our contract team performed very well throughout the course of the programme and I commend their efforts and diligence over the last year.
“We deeply value education as a business; the importance of providing a positive learning environment for young children cannot be understated so we are incredibly proud of what we have achieved with our clients across the breadth of the country over the last five years and thank Inverclyde Council and hub West Scotland fort their continued support.”
Arc-Tech is currently involved in a range of contracts across Edinburgh and West Lothian. The contractor is on site with Maxi Construction at Balerno High School and is also undertaking two projects in Blackburn and Livingston respectively with BAM Construct UK.