Description Of Works
|Westway is a 130 acre industrial park situated 7 miles from Glasgow, with easy access to Glasgow airport. It was acquired in May 2004 in joint venture with Westbrook Partners. The Park has over 1.66m sqft of industrial, warehouse and office accommodation, with units ranging from 10,000 sqft up to 200,000 sqft. Major occupiers include Doosan Babcock, Surface Technology, East West Storage, NHS, WH Malcolm, Balfour Beatty, Indigo and Star Refrigeration to name but a few.
Since acquisition, gaining the planning consent for a masterplan has enabled significant building refurbishment and landscape works as well as releasing the development potential of 25 acres of land within the Park able to provide a further 435,000 sqft of accommodation. Furthermore, there is a proposed new bridge link directly from Westway to Glasgow airport which has received planning consent.
Throughout the development, Marmac Services Ltd have been working together with the owners and managers to continue to advise and develop in a way that is harmonious to the owners requirements.
We have, over the years carried out numerous challenging stand-alone projects and are continually involved in refurbishments, new installations and maintenance works. Some of the projects / elements are detailed below:-
- A full Grading Study (discrimination) on the HV / LV Electrical Infrastructure
- Design, Supply, Install and commission the HV / LV upgrade of site wide Transformers and Switchboards
- Lighting upgrade to External Car Park Security office and Administration building Facade
- Design and build electrical supply and distribution system for Lighting and power for new Marine Quay Dock
- Energy Survey heating in administration building and supply and install control valves and heat meters
- Alter the mechanical and electrical systems to accommodate tenancies.
- Integrate with Tenants and management in the coordination of Mains Gas infrastructure testing purging.
- Roll out programme for installation of 80nr electrical smart tenant meters