PROJECT architects Nicholson McShane have overseen the handover this week of a new office and welfare building at a Greenock production facility.
The completion of the building for Pelagia on Drumfrochar Road is another milestone in the fish processing company’s ambitious multi-million pound investment programme for their Inverclyde site which was formerly occupied by the Tate and Lyle sugar refinery.
The premises will provide the Norwegian firm with modern, energy-efficient administration facilities to support plans for the expansion of production in coming months.
The next phases, which are already underway, include the construction of buildings to house new plant and storage facilities.
Project architect Nicola Falconer said: “As leaders of the team delivering future phases of the project, we’re delighted to support Pelagia in their continuing commitment to the development of their business and to the local economy.”
Construction was undertaken by local firm W.H. Kirkwood.