Today is #RestartAHeartDay, an initiative led by the Resuscitation Council UK, raising awareness of cardiac arrest and the importance of public access to defibrillators We’re getting involved by implementing portable defibrillators on all sites. All of our Site Managers and Supervisors have recently been issued with
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 celebrates its 7th birthday this week, and to mark the occasion, we are thrilled to introduce our brand new steel buildings division. Our steel buildings offer a range of bespoke, cold-rolled steel buildings with both supply-only and full turnkey service options. We work with
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