Inverurie archietects, William Lippe, have announced the successful completion of a £1.25 million contract which involved moving a company to Huntly.
The architecture and space planning firm played a leading role in relocating Pipeline Technique Limited from their previous base at Rothienorman to new, larger premises on Huntly Industrial Estate..
The company was employed to alter and update existing ground floor offices together with a reception area, as well as designing and overseeing construction of a new research and development workshop designed for high quality welding and testing.
The building in question houses two internal ten-tonne cranes which travel the length of the building. The facility also includes two 2G rotating welding floors, an AUT station lab, workshop offices and an amenities block for workshop staff.
Commenting on the project, William Lippe Architects’ technical director Stuart Naysmith said: “Our team worked closely with Pipeline Technique Limited and contractors to help start a new era for this site, breathing new life into it and ensuring that it suits the company’s growing needs.”
Pipeline Technique Limited operations and finance director Athol Cobban added: “William Lippe Architects provided a professional service from day one to project completion, ensuring that all our requirements were captured, understood and incorporated into the design.
“Their project team provided an excellent service covering all aspects of the work including management of subcontractors.”
Founded in 1985, William Lippe Architects employ 14 staff and provide top quality, professional architectural, space planning and associated services from inception to completion to residential and commercial clients throughout Scotland.
Pipeline Technique Ltd (PTL) specialise in the provision of automatic and manual welding services for the oil and gas industry.