Case Study

Improving Energy Efficiency for Clackmannanshire Tenants

Sidey Solutions were appointed to this projects through SPA’s U9 PVC-U Windows and Doors Products Framework for Clackmannanshire Council. The project aim was to provide energy efficient products that would improve quality of life for the Council’s tenants in over 500 properties throughout Clackmannanshire.  This project was very successful and achieved over 98% tenant satisfaction and won an award for excellent quality at the LHC Group 50 Awards.

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Moray Schools: Schools and Community Buildings

The Moray Schools project was a £20M primary school improvement and phased refurbishment package involving four existing primary schools within Moray, which was funded through the Scottish Future’s Trust and Moray Council.

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Balloch Campus: Schools and Community Buildings

In 2015, West Dunbartonshire Council confirmed over £15M of investment in a new purpose-built education campus in Balloch. The campus would incorporate two primary schools, an early learning and childcare centre, an additional support needs education centre, and shared all-weather sports facilities. Morgan Sindall, an Appointed Company on the SCB1 Framework, was selected for this major undertaking to create a modern learning environment with a capacity for nearly 750 pupils.

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Russell Walk: Offsite Construction of New Homes

Hart Builders were appointed to the £2.17M contract through SPA’s Offsite Construction of New Homes Framework. They put forward a timber kit solution that could support a quick start, overcome the challenge of constricted site access, and reduce the impact of construction on neighbours. Hart’s detailed understanding of the site and East Lothian Council’s needs ensure project efficiencies were achieved.

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Hearth Place: Offsite Construction of New Homes

Hearth Place was a project undertaken by CCG (Scotland) Ltd in Cumnock, East Ayrshire, on behalf of East Ayrshire Council. The project was to convert and upgrade 7 Uni-Seco Mark III type properties in the form of two-bedroom flat roofed bungalows constructed of a resin-bonded plywood timber framing clad in flat asbestos cement sheeting with a wood-wool core.

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Cassillis Court: Offsite Construction of New Homes

Cassillis Court – formerly Barbieston Road – is an affordable housing development located in Dalrymple, East Ayrshire. The project is comprised of 11 two-bedroom properties, including 2 two-bedroom homes specifically designed for older and ambulant disabled residents and one wheelchair-accessible bungalow. Submitted for the first ever SPA Awards, this project won the Best Housing Project Award.

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Cherry Tree Nursery

Cherry Tree Nursery was unsuitably accommodated over three separate locations at Dalmilling Primary School in Ayr. South Ayrshire Council wanted to consolidate the nursery provision into one new building. The project was a priority for South Ayrshire Council and had to be open for August 2019.

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Acredale Phase 3

Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) are committed to building almost 100 homes for their community by the end of 2020. BHA handed over 30 homes through Acredale Phase 3 just in time for Christmas last year, which included: a mix of two and three bedroom family homes, single bedroom flats, and wheelchair accessible housing.

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Windows & Doors Upgrade Programme

The project was aimed at replacing the Council’s oldest and most problematic windows and exterior doors. The works comprised the survey, design, manufacture and installation of replacement windows & doors to Council owned houses throughout Perth and Kinross. Sidey Solutions Ltd was appointed to the project through SPA’s U9 framework, which was recently renewed under the WD1 Windows and Doors framework.

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Travelling Person’s Site, Coalpots Road, Girvan

The Houdston Travelling Persons Site in Girvan was hit by Storm Frank. It caused irreparable damage to six of the eight caravans on the site and most families lost much of their personal belongings. To repair the site would have cost over £1M with no guarantee the flooding wouldn’t happen again.

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