Waves Managing Director, Jim was delighted to participant in the planning and consulting day for the HALO Kilmarnock project earlier this week.
HALO Kilmarnock is an urban project to regenerate the former 28 acre Diageo site in the West of Scotland Town. The Urban Park will create a commercial, cultural, leisure and lifestyle quarter for the area. The innovative project will also generate over 800 jobs. We are delighted to be part of this fantastic project.
Update on existing projects
As the installation works reach the final stages at Universal Studios, Snowy returned to Orlando on Tuesday ( Thank You, as always to the team at WDT Corporate Travel for your assistance). Snowy will be on site until March to support the Universal Team in these final stages. Throughout February, teams from Helipebs Controls and D Benson’s Controls will also travel to the site to support Snowy and the team.
Manufacturing for one of our Canadian projects is now complete. These parts will now be securely packed before being shipped to site.
This week, our Service Manager Neil is heading to Aberdeen Beach Leisure Centre to carry out a service and recommission their wave machine. Aberdeen beach leisure have an annual service contract with our service department after we refitted the old, worn out wave machine with a new 4 chamber breaker wave generator in 2012.
If you are interested in an annual service contract for your wave generating equipment, contact us for more details.
Installation works are due to start for projects in Poland and China in the next few weeks. For each project, a customised installation pack is created. This is made up of structural drawings and calculations to assist with the installation process, identification stickers, safety signage, data recording documentation and operating manuals.