Insite Group completes the redevelopment of £1.9 million logistics unit at Hillington Park...
Our team at Insite Group were recently tasked in completing the £1.9m Carnegie Road redevelopment at Hillington Park which saw the dilapidated 1950s site turned into an energy efficient, modern logistics unit with new internal offices and a redesigned and enlarged service yard that meets modern HGV usage standards.
The Project was led by Matt White and Charles McAuley of EPC Associates for Frasers Property and lasted just over 32 weeks. It was delivered for National fish and chip shop supplier and fast food wholesaler, T.Quality, in its expansion.
Insite’s Team was led by David Stewart, Fraser Stevenson and Scott Milliken and the project was completed in time and on budget.
Works involved in the project included the removal of the existing wall and the roof cladding. Major works were involved in breaking up the existing external yard and removed. On completion a new wall was constructed and all the roof cladding was replaced. Finally a full internal refurbishment was completed along with a new, fully functionable external concrete yard.
The redevelopment was designed with improved energy efficiency at its core reducing energy consumption by up to 79%, compared to the building’s previous condition through enhanced insulation, full LED lighting installed, air-source heat pump efficient heating and removal of gas appliances was also fully implemented.
Matt White of EPC Associates said of the project:
‘Having worked with the team at Insite on many projects throughout the years, we knew that our client, Frasers Property, was in safe hands.
As you can see after the transformation from what was almost an un-lettable property into what now presents as an almost new building satisfying all the needs of the new occupier TQuality
Thanks go to Davie Stewart, Scott Milliken and the team at Insite for all their hard work and effort throughout a challenging project.’