Loch Tay2018-11-28T13:38:50+00:00

Project Description

Loch Tay

AGB were awarded the contract to complete a bespoke refurbishment of the property and farm buildings to the clients’ specification.

This project in a stunning setting overlooking Loch Tay involved a very high level of finish for our clients and a lot of personalised, bespoke detailing.

“We showed AGB some magazine photos and they worked with our architects to realise our vision.  We valued their positive attitude, their good-humoured teamwork and effective site management.  AGB was flexible, well-organised and regularly offered creative solutions to unusual problems. We highly recommend AGB.”

Client

“We recently completed work on a steading renovation project in Perth working alongside AGB Scotland Limited.

The project involved a careful restoration of the original fabric of the building shell and envelope and the extensive modernisation of the interior including the integration of large glazed screens, windows and rooflights.

Interior finishes and fixed furniture were largely brought together through the introduction of recycled materials, including timber cladding, railway sleepers, the reconditioning of antique light fittings and many items collected by the client over the years.  Bespoke taps made out of basic plumbing materials, light fittings from standard galvanised conduits also demanded a ‘non standard’ approach.

The project was therefore extremely complex in nature and it was clear from the outset that a collaborative approach between the design team and the main contractor was required to achieve the best outcome.

The trades people involved stepped up to the mark demonstrating impressive Artisan skills and at all times tackling problem solving with enthusiasm and professionalism.

AGB proved to be extremely organised due to their office based back up staff. This ultimately provides the solid foundation from which they are able to work efficiently.

Our experience of working with AGB was therefore very positive and we hope to work with them again soon.”

Architect