Drinkers will soon be raising a glass to a new-look gin and vodka outlet, which is to be delivered by Procast.
The £100,000 makeover of Boe Gin’s presence in High Street, South Queensferry, will commence in June, with completion scheduled for July.
Like Boe Gin itself, it is hoped the finished article – which sits in the shadows of the three world-famous bridges that span the Forth – will “stand out from the crowd”.
Boe Gin is an award-winning Scottish small-batch producer of spirits and mixed drinks aimed at the upper end of the market.
The works will involve:
As the building is located on the main street of South Queensberry – which is a popular location for tourists – the implementation of a rigorous traffic management regime, safe systems of work and good housekeeping will be prioritised.
It is hoped that these measures will ensure that adjacent businesses and homes will remain unaffected by the works.
John Kane will lead the project, supported operationally by Contracts Manager Gary Baxter and Site Manager Logan Rock, commercially by Assistant Quantity Surveyor Beth Dougan and Buyer Jennifer Strain.
A Procast spokesman said: “We are absolutely delighted to secure this project to deliver a vibrant refresh of the retail premises located on the picturesque High Street of South Queensferry.
“This project will strengthen our order book in Q2 of this financial year and further our reputation as a trusted and collaborative contractor in the retail and hospitality sectors.
“We will be working closely with innovative and experienced design practice 442 Design Ltd and our manufactured joinery partner BJM Design Ltd, who both have excellent track records to deliver projects on time and on budget to the client and end users’ satisfaction.”< back