A.C. Whyte welcomed Cllr Rowley to our project in Kelso, Scottish Borders where we are delivering a programme of Scottish Government EES:ABS funded, external wall insulation works, in partnership with Scottish Borders Council and Changeworks.
With the Glasgow Business Awards fast approaching, A.C. Whyte are delighted to be shortlisted as finalists for two categories in Best Performing Small to Medium Business and Excellence in Communications.
Due to successful contract delivery, we will continue to work in partnership with East Ayrshire Council to deliver a £2.6m programme of roof and render works to a further 240 properties, within Mauchline and Patna.
The team at A.C. Whyte come from varying backgrounds but have all landed a career in energy efficiency and construction, an innovative, high in demand industry where the possibilities are endless – there is #NoWrongPath to success.
Looking to programme an energy efficiency project and don’t know where to start? We can help you navigate how to scope, procure, plan and deliver a PAS 2035/2030:2019 compliant project successfully.
A.C. Whyte were successfully appointed to Edinburgh City Councils 4-year Capital Works Framework and have secured a new contract in May and Gunnet Court, Edinburgh.
A.C. Whyte support the #IceBoxChallenge, a contest and scientific experiment which demonstrated how a building can be super energy efficient and comfortable by building it to two standards - Scottish Building Standard and Passive House.
Our recent project with Linstone Housing Association within the Johnstone Castle area meant we could invite school leaver, Kyle McCallum into A.C. Whyte for 4 weeks of work experience on our site.
A.C. Whyte welcomed Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport to their Glasgow site to announce HEEPS ABS funding increase.