At SSUK we consider ourselves to do three things; we supply, we install and we maintain.

DESIGN – Whether its a standalone solution or an addition to an existing project, our team of management experts can help tailor any A.V solution to your needs.

SUPPLY – We can source all types of AV goods no matter how specialised. Our relationship with the leading manufacturers and suppliers allows us to offer competitive pricing. Whether you require cameras, tablets, visualisers or sound equipment we can supply and deliver.

INSTALL – Our team of skilled engineers are experts in the installation of all our products. Whether it’s projectors, video walls, interactive technologies, sound systems or signage screens our engineers will leave you with a finished product which wows.

MAINTAIN – Prevention is better than cure and that is why SSUK offer maintenance and repairs on all audio visual items. Helping you to keep your equipment operation for as long as possible.

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    Renfrewshire Council Chambers

    SSUK has long held a strong working relationship with all 32 council regions in Scotland. Given our close working relationship with Renfrewshire Council on previous projects we were contacted by them again in order to replace the current audio-conferencing system solution within their council chamber.

    Kelvin Hall Renovation, Glasgow

    SSUK have been lucky enough to work in Partnership with Glasgow Life and McLaughlin & Harvey LTD on the £35 million renovation of the city’s historic Kelvin Hall.

    Community Safety Glasgow

    From concept to completion, SSUK specified, supplied, installed & maintained and supported the design and creation of a new £1 million large scale command and control centre within Glasgow’s Eastgate facility to ensure the safety of the 600,000 population and visitors during these busy events and beyond.

    Tontine Building Glasgow

    The Tontine building – once home to the workshop of the legendary inventor, mechanical engineer, and chemist, James Watt – was part of a £1.6 million conversion project expected to inject £53 million into the local Glasgow economy over the next 5 years.