We are thrilled to share the news of the official openings of three remarkable projects. These projects, each unique in their own way, reflect our commitment to excellence, innovation, and community enrichment.
Strathcarron Hospice - Carron View Wing
Last week, we had the honour of attending the official opening of the Carron View Wing at Strathcarron Hospice. This was opened by Michael Matheson MSP, along with key members of our team, including Director, Ronnie Burrows.
The Carron View Wing is a much-needed extension that brings enhanced facilities to the hospice, benefitting staff, patients, and visitors. It provides invaluable services to patients and their loved ones, and this self-funded expansion is a testament to our shared commitment to delivering care and support to those that need it.
Springhill Community Centre - A Hub of Possibilities
Fleming worked with getting Better Together, a community based charity in Shotts to deliver the Springhill Community Centre project, where we worked closely with a wide range of stakeholders to bring a dynamic vision to life. This hub now offers a wide range of activities and services to local residents, spanning from children and young people’s services to adult learning programs focused on numeracy, literacy, and life skills.
In addition to our role as the main contractor, our sister division, Fleming Timber Structures, provided the structural solution, further bolstering the environmental credentials of this innovative building.
Crosshouse Primary School and Communication Centre - A New Learning Landscape
Crosshouse Primary School and Communication Centre and its impressive two-story extension is a vital component of the Council’s 10-year plan to enhance the school estate.
The school’s transformation includes a new integrated dining and PE block, additional teaching spaces for both primary school and communication centre use, and dedicated quiet rooms. The existing building underwent a comprehensive refurbishment, and the outdoor areas were thoughtfully landscaped to promote outdoor learning and play.
The official opening of Crosshouse Primary School and Communications Centre was by lan Brown MP, Councillor Douglas Reid, and Head Teacher Tina Gaitens, among others.
The success of this project has been recognised with the project being shortlisted for the Learning Places Scotland Awards in the Early Learning and Childcare category
These three projects demonstrate our unwavering commitment to delivering excellence in construction, fostering community growth, and leaving a lasting positive impact.