Our expanding building services company, Robertson Engineering Services, has announced that it has exceeded £10m in turnover for the first time, as it makes three significant appointments to the business.
Three of our projects were honoured in Edinburgh this week at the National Site Awards, a leading industry ceremony operated by the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
George ‘Jock' Wilson has recently taken retirement from Robertson Construction in Gateshead at the ripe old age of 70! An ex-Black Watch soldier, Jock has been working in construction since leaving the Army, and has been with Robertson for the last 10 years.
On 15th April, The Daily Record printed an extensive profile of our Executive Chairman, Bill Robertson:
A £5.7 million contract has been agreed with Robertson Northern to convert a listed former Fort William school building - a council-owned Victorian building - into modern offices.
Proposals have been submitted to Moray Council for the first phase of the eagerly-anticipated Findrassie development, along Elgin's northern edge. Jointly submitted by Pitgaveny and Robertson Homes, the recent Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) represents the first phase of an ambitious masterplan to develop 112 hectares of greenbelt land between Lossiemouth Road and Duffus Road.
We have made a significant hire this month as part of a major plan to accelerate business growth in the North West. Industry figurehead Carl Wilde was appointed by Robertson Construction England as Regional Managing Director for our North West business, and will run the division out of our Oldham office.