It’s no secret that the construction industry in Scotland hasn’t had its troubles to seek in recent years and it’s with this in mind that good news of a strong start to 2013 for Stirling based Ogilvie Construction, part of the family owned Ogilvie Group of companies, is all the more welcome.
Announcing that Ogilvie have received contract awards in excess of £20million during the first month of this year, Peter Queen (Pre-Construction Director) said “It’s the diversity of these project awards that is of particular significance to us. With clients from both private and public sectors, projects ranging from £750k to over £10million, and at locations throughout Scotland, our portfolio continues to demonstrate our commitment to working closely with clients and their design teams to get the job done.”
Judged by some of the UK’s most experienced and highly regarding figures in design, the Scottish Design Awards 2012 highlight the exceptional standards of design talent that exists in Scotland.
Ogilvie Construction are therefore delighted to achieve a double shortlist nomination at the recent Scottish Design Awards 2012 as both main contractor for Public Building of the Year 2012 and Contractor of the Year 2012. This recognition of Ogilvie Construction’s ongoing commitment to working closely with design teams to learn, understand, and consistently deliver projects of the highest quality that meet (and where possible exceed) the client’s expectations is particularly valued and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those who supported our nomination.
OGILVIE Construction has handed over the key to a revitalised hospital in north east Fife.
Adamson hospital and the adjoining Cupar Health Centre - were extended and refurbished in a £10 million project by Ogilvie, working for NHS Fife.
At a special ceremony to mark the completion of the redevelopment, Arthur Morris, the chairman of Glenrothes and North East Fife Community Health Partnership, accepted a giant key to the hospital from Martin Lalley, contracts manager at Ogilvie Construction.
OGILVIE Construction is playing its part in a £10 million project to help a charity expand its activities in rural Stirlingshire.
Camphill Blair Drummond runs a "warm and welcoming" facility, providing homes and meaningful daily activities for people with learning disabilities. The charity’s operations are centred around a large Victorian house, surrounded by woodland, overlooking the famous Blair Drummond Safari Park. Thirty years after it was set up, the charity is now embarking on ambitious plans to revitalise the site.
Ogilvie Construction has won a contract to carry out part of the work - constructing a new activity workshop, together with associated external works.
Bathgate Partnership Centre, Lindsay House, was built by Ogilvie Construction for West Lothian Council. It was officially opened by the authority's executive councillor for culture and leisure, Cllr Jim Walker, on Friday, October 28.
The opening ceremony also saw the new library named the Simpson Library after James Young Simpson, the famous son of Bathgate, who discovered the anaesthetic properties of chloroform.
In recognition of Bathgate's twinning partnership with Cran Gevrier in France, the registration service ceremony room has been named the Cran Gevrier Suite.
FAMILIES had a fun day out at Stirling-based Ogilvie Group's first summer fete.
They also raised around £3000 for charity.
The area around Ogilvie's headquarters at Pirnhall Business Park was turned into a fairground on Saturday (August 20). Staff and families enjoyed everything from a sports arena, a bucking bronco and (more sedate) pony rides, to a bouncy castle and lots of great things to eat, including marshmallows dipped into a very popular chocolate fountain.
There were also bungee trampolines, magic shows, and an expert armed with all types of animals . . . from little rabbits to scarier snakes and a tarantula spider. Keeping things moving was a guest DJ.
Although some activities were free, others attracted a small charge - in turn raising much-needed charity cash.
WORK has started on building new homes for pensioners in the Millerston area of Lanarkshire.
Ogilvie Construction is carrying out the work on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council. The new homes, off Coshneuk Road, were designed by MAST architects.
The £1.1 million project - supported by £300,000 in funding from the Scottish Government - will see the creation of 11 "amenity" bungalows, purpose-built for older people. The new homes are part of a wider £75 million "Building for the Future" programme by the Council to deliver 500 new affordable properties for rent over five years.
PLANS to invest £5 million in a new clubhouse and golf course extension have been revealed by the Renaissance Golf Club in East Lothian.
Ogilvie Construction will carry out building work on the site near the historic village of Dirleton. The new building has been designed by Edinburgh-based Yeoman McAllister. Preliminary ground works are expected start shortly. The new clubhouse should be completed by the summer of 2013, in time for the British Open Championship at the nearby Muirfield golf course.
OGILVIE Construction has completed building work on a £9 million project to extend and refurbish the former Chalmers Hospital in Edinburgh into a new Sexual Health Centre.
The new NHS Lothian facility opened its doors to the public on June 7, 2011.
CONSTRUCTION work has started on a £9 million project to create a new swimming pool and sports facility in Montrose in the north of Scotland.
Angus Council marked the commencement of site works by holding a ground-breaking ceremony today (Thursday, March 10, 2011).
Provost Ruth Leslie Melville, joined Louise Martin, chair of sportscotland, and Phil McEwan of contractors Ogilvie Construction at the turf-cutting ceremony. sportscotland will contribute £1 million towards the £9 million cost.