Linlithgow Partnership Centre, or Tam Dalyell House as it is now known, was officially opened on Friday 12 January 2018 by Leader of West Lothian Council Lawrence Fitzpatrick and Mrs Kathleen Dalyell OBE, Tam Dalyell’s widow.
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Following on from the successful completion of previous phases of work, Maxi Construction has been awarded the design and build contract from Episo Boxes GP Ltd for Phase 4 of the redevelopment of St Catherine’s Retail Park in Perth.
Thursday 24th August marked a significant milestone for Craigsfarm Community Development Project (CFCDP) with a Topping Out Ceremony to celebrate the milestone of the last beam being in place on Craigsfarm’s new modern community hub.
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The Botanic Cottage, a Georgian building which was reconstructed for The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, was officially opened by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal on Thursday 15th December 2016.
Continuing our commitment to providing student work placements, a 6th year pupil from Linlithgow Academy, Ewan Crail, has just completed a 4-week pupil placement with Maxi Construction Limited, based at West Lothian Council’s Linlithgow Partnership Centre.
Livingston-based contractor, Maxi Construction Limited, has been awarded a £2.2m contract for alteration and extension works to the Grade A listed Panmure House for Edinburgh Business School.
A superb new £1.3m extension is getting young people active at Blackridge Primary School. Pupils have already been enjoying the school’s brand new games hall complete with modern changing facilities, improving access to sport and healthy activity.
Work has started on a new £3.9 million Partnership Centre in the heart of Linlithgow. West Lothian Council is creating the new Partnership Centre at the town’s County Buildings that will see the existing building fully refurbished to allow a range of different uses to be accommodated.
With refurbishment works ongoing at Kirknewton Primary School we organised a safety poster design competition for pupils, following a talk at one of the school assemblies.