Tuesday, July 10, 2012

KDC sets its ‘site’ opens new Scottish headquarters in Grangemouth

AMBITIOUS plans to grow its business in Scotland have been announced by decommissioning, demolition and remediation specialist, KDC, which has opened its new Scottish headquarters in Grangemouth.

As a result of new contracts, the business has recruited four experts in land remediation and project management roles, to its expanding Scottish based team.

The new premises see the business triple its office space in Grangemouth to cater for the business’s on-going growth. Other KDC offices are located in Manchester and Reading.

Christopher Sandground is operations director of K-Land Solutions, the specialist remediation arm of KDC which will be based at the Grangemouth office. He said: “Our offices are strategically placed across the UK and this move demonstrates our growing presence in the area as a leading provider of decommissioning, demolition and remediation services.

“It signals our ongoing commitment to serving our Scottish based customers. We have built some long term relationships here in Scotland and believe expanding our base here will cement these further and bring new opportunities our way.”

The expansion follows KDC’s recent win of an oil storage tank and pipeline demolition contract with Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) valued at £1m. Other contract wins include projects with Scottish Power, EDF, Maryhill Locks Transformational Regeneration Area and work for East Ayrshire Council which included a major land remediation project at Stewarton.

KDC serves blue chip clients across a range of sectors including nuclear, energy and natural resources, pharmaceutical, process, utility and industrial markets throughout Scotland and the UK.

Service areas include decommissioning, hazard abatement, deplanting, demolition and land remediation.


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