Worth almost £650,000, the 11-week project saw Robertson partner with Scottish Water Horizons for the first time to install two new water mains – one in Stewarton and another in Newton Mearns.

The new water mains will service around 400 new build homes at Dunlop Road in Stewarton and 1,100 homes at Maidenhill in Newton Mearns.

Kevin Gallacher, interim managing director of Robertson Civil Engineering said: "We're proud to partner with Scottish Water Horizons for the first time to deliver a sustainable system that is capable of delivering high-quality water to each property for decades to come."

The new water mains are being delivered under Scottish Water Horizons, a commercial subsidiary owned by Scottish Water, which is helping to enable new residential and community developments throughout Scotland.

Colin Lindsay, operations manager at Scottish Water Horizons, said: "We were delighted to work with Robertson to facilitate access to the water network. We are committed to supporting developers in the growth of new housing and these projects will make a significant contribution within the Newton Mearns and Stewarton areas."​

 

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