INDEGLAS, the interior glass screen maker, has won a clutch of major contracts giving it a significant boost to its order-book value.

The Cumbernauld-based specialist contractor has announced that it is about to undertake four new high-profile projects across Scotland worth a collective £1.25m.

They include the new Forth Valley College Campus in Falkirk, Inverness Justice Centre, a University of Saint Andrew’s building in Guardbridge in Fife and the University of Edinburgh’s new Wellbeing Centre development in Bristo Square.

Jeanette MacIntyre, managing director of Indeglas, said securing the contracts “demonstrates our ability to meet the design requirements of prominent architectural practices including Keppie Design, Reiach and Hall, Atkins Global and Page Park” as well as aligning construction stage accreditations with contractors including Balfour Beatty, Robertson Construction, Graham Construction and Morrison Construction.

“To be selected to undertake these contracts is a great privilege and we see it as a clear indication that Indeglas is rapidly becoming the preferred supplier of a growing number of the country’s top performing decision-makers in construction.”

In 2018 Indeglas completed contracts worth over £840,000 on behalf of the University of Edinburgh, including complete glazed screen installations at the Joseph Black Building, James Clerk Maxwell Buildings, New College and the Data Technology Institute, the final phase of the university’s new Potterrow development.

The firm is also sole distributor in the UK and Ireland for the products of award-winning glazed screen system Deko of Denmark,

Established 18 years ago, Indeglas “designs project-specific glazed screen requirements and is unique in providing a full-service design, engineering, supply and installation service” which is backed up by a dedicated maintenance service throughout the UK for both the private and public sector projects.