Challenging remote location

A PROJECT which was delayed due to the Coronavirus epidemic has finally been completed. AJ Engineering had begun work at Goat Island on Stornoway to design, fabricate and install a new building which will become a food processing factory for the Stornoway Port Authority.

However, the team had to down tools and did not get back on site until after restrictions had eased last August.

Project manager James Attridge explained: ā€œIt is a relief to get it finished. We are used to working in remote locations and the challenge that can bring but this time round we were delayed due to Covid. However, we managed to get back on site in August and the works were completed by the end of March. We had squads of three on Stornoway and the job was completed over three separate deployments.ā€

 

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