Cabin firm delivers head office to Stoney

Thursday 18th March, 2015, Aberdeen, Scotland. Greenwell Equipment have supplied the AWPR headquarters which is going up just north of Stonehaven. ''Pictured: The Modular offices for AWPR''(Photo: Ross Johnston/Newsline Media)
Thursday 18th March, 2015, Aberdeen, Scotland. Greenwell Equipment have supplied the AWPR headquarters which is going up just north of Stonehaven. ''Pictured: The Modular offices for AWPR''(Photo: Ross Johnston/Newsline Media)

Head office for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie-Tipperty construction project has been installed north of Stonehaven..

Modular cabin firm Greenwell Equipment (Greenwell), which is based in Aberdeen, is in the process of delivering and assembling the 60 large two-level modular office blocks.

The buildings are being assembled in a two-level format to provide office accommodation for 200 staff and are being fully refurbished to meet the specific needs of the AWPR/B-T project.

Richy Turnbull, spokesman for Greenwell, who lives in Stonehaven said: “The head office will be a focal point for the long-anticipated road, and having lived in Stonehaven for a number of years, I can see the benefit to the local community of having this prestigious facility.

“The head office is for key office workers – there is no overnight accommodation. With over 200 senior staff situated at the facility, it is an exciting development for Stonehaven, as the personnel will no doubt come to the town for goods and services.

“This prestigious contract win is a testament to the growing reputation for Greenwell’s ability to source and deliver large modular buildings.”

Other recent important contracts for Greenwell include the provision of a headquarters building for Balfour Beatty at Inveramsay, which will be used during the realignment of the A96 at Inveramsay Bridge north of Inverurie.

Mr Turnbull added: “Personally, I am very proud to drive past the new AWPR/B-T head office every day. As a local, I believe it will bring huge benefits to the town.”