As businesses become more conscious of their environmental impact, they are increasingly turning to renewable energy sources to power their operations. Renewable energy sources like solar, wind and hydroelectric power offer numerous benefits, including reduced carbon emissions, lower energy costs, and improved brand reputation. At
Lochlie Construction Group is delighted to continue our Glasgow Clan ice hockey team sponsorship. Our sponsors will see our name around the rink on the signage boards and the ice. We were recently invited to the Glasgow Clan ice rink to watch the players train.
We recently completed the construction of a new steel building complete with a rotating 360° photographic studio booth which will showcase Arnold Clark vehicles on their online sales platform. We were appointed to this project after successfully completing a competitive tender. The scope of works
Ahead of our new office build, we decided to catch up with the site manager, Paul Donachie, to get his thoughts on the project and life at Lochlie. What do you enjoy most about your job? Getting to see the transformation of the jobs we
The strength of steel buildings for business delivers many benefits for the commercial market. Pre-engineered steel commercial buildings provide excellent defences from the elements. A steel-framed building is more substantial than conventional wood framing. Pre-engineered metal buildings offer more excellent protection from force winds, heavy
Graham joined the company as a Finance Assistant. We asked him to tell us a bit about himself in this short interview. Tell us a bit about yourself My name is Graham and I have just started with Lochlie as a Finance Assistant. I’m a
Former Johnstone Police Station Work has started at the former Johnstone Police Station. The aim is to create a vibrant new community hub for the town. The design and construction team came together with Active Communities this week for a photograph to mark the occasion.
When Chris Waterfiled joined us in February this year as Senior Quantity Surveyor, none of us expected that within a month we would all be in lockdown and adjusting to a whole new way of working! Now that he’s settled in and life at Lochlie
We’ve recently welcomed some new faces to the team here at Lochlie! We’ll be introducing them all over the next few weeks, starting with our new Finance Manager, Hamasah Fulad. Hamasah joined us in August and has already settled in really well. We asked her
Last week, we welcomed our newest Assistant Quantity Surveyor Emma Mackay to the team at Lochlie. Emma has just recently finished her studies at high school and will be starting her degree in Quantity Surveying at Glasgow Caledonian University in September. We had a chat