Cube Glass has secured a series of new contract wins in the North of Scotland totalling £250,000.

The Cumbernauld-based aluminium fabricator/installer is set to undertake a curtain walling installation at Castletown Distillery in Thurso and a similar installation at the new ferry terminal at Uig on the Isle of Skye.

It will also undertake projects to install a mix of double glazed silicon jointed glazed screens and external doors at Old Clyne School in Brora, a 12m wide sliding door screen with windows utilising electrically charged smart glass for a private home in Dornoch, and a brace of bi-folding door projects in Inverness.

Managing Director Gary Thorn said: “These are a mixture of new contracts which showcase our versatility and fabrication skills and we have installation dates for each of them reaching into mid-Summer.

“We have a strong record of undertaking successful project in the Highlands and Islands and our team of installers always look forward to their journey northwards.”

Cube Glass enjoys fruitful relationships with a number of specialist suppliers including Portugal-based Panoramah, which makes a unique range of minimalist sliding doors and curtain walling with ultra-thin sightlines, high-end French design and engineering specialist Bel’M, and most recently Glazing Vision rooflights which designs and manufactures innovative architectural glass rooflights.

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