Bathgate construction firm moves to larger headquarters after raft of client wins

Ashwood Scotland's new office will provide a base for its more than 70 staff. Picture: Contributed
Ashwood Scotland's new office will provide a base for its more than 70 staff. Picture: Contributed
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Construction firm Ashwood Scotland has announced plans to move to larger headquarters following two years of “unprecedented” growth.

The business, which in August revealed contract wins valued in excess of £5 million with City of Edinburgh Council, is moving less than a mile from its Bathgate premises to 3,000 square foot offices at Tailend Court in Livingston.

Ashwood has this year landed work with University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Zoo, as well as commencing a major restoration project at West Register House in Edinburgh’s Charlotte Square, which includes repairing the building’s iconic copper dome.

The company has grown to employ more than 70 staff and this year celebrated its 20th anniversary.

Managing director Archie Meikle said: “The move to Tailend Court will give us much needed expansion space in line with our business strategy, as well as future proofing our office needs.”