Client: Scottish Councils Project: Providing AV Technology to all 32 council regions. SSUK believes that the utilisation of Audio-Visual technology can have a dramatically positive effect on the educational standards within schools for children of all age ranges and capabilities. That’s why we’re happy to announce that we’ve reached an agreement with Scotland Excel to be one of […]
Client: RMJM Architecture and Masterplanning Project: Architectural lighting for the Falkirk Wheel The unique and fabulous Falkirk Wheel, an iconic fusion of industrial art and engineering innovation, is the world’s first and only rotating boat lift. It links two canals with water levels 115 ft apart, a feat traditionally requiring 11 locks! The Falkirk Wheel was designed […]
SSUK installed television and information screens as well as the digital signage solution for 220 High Street, an office complex in the centre of Glasgow. With over 20 screens throughout the office building all capable of showing television, custom statistics and the digital signage output a fully customisable and flexible solution was provided. This allows […]
When RESPONSE required a method of displaying crucial information in their Glasgow Head quarters to their ever growing staff they called upon the services of SSUK.
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.
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.
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.
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.