M&E works complete at Edinburgh Mode aparthotel project

George Sell By George Sell
6 days ago | Updated 6 days ago

UK: ARC-Tech (Scotland) has completed a turn-key mechanical and electrical solution for the refurbishment and fit-out of Edinburgh’s Kintore House.

Led by main contractor GHI Contracts, the former extended townhouse has been converted to create an 82-ket Mode Aparthotel, which will be operated by BridgeStreet. The building is owned by Gloag Serviced Apartments, part of Gloat Investments, the investment vehicle of Stagecoach co-founder Ann Gloag.

Services carried out by Arc-Tech included air conditioning, ventilation, plumbing, electrical, lighting, IT and CCTV/security.

John Gallacher, managing director of Arc-Tech said: "Kintore House was an extensive undertaking by our site team. Refurbishment contracts can always present challenges, however, we worked very closely with GHI to ensure that the standard of installation was of the highest standard. We believe we have managed to successfully meet our client's expectations to ensure a comfortable living environment for the guests of Mode Hotel fulfilling our obligations in delivering the contract on time and on budget."

Gordon Cairns, managing director of GHI added: "Arc-Tech provided a proactive service in delivering the building services package on a challenging project that required continuous co-ordination and a flexible management approach to achieve a successful outcome."

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