Friday, 03 June 2011 09:33
We have just completed a veichle bridge in Perth-shire. The 14m structure was installed to allow heavier machinery to access the hill road. Reinforced concrete foundations were used to hold the steel H beam structure, larch timber was used for the decking and hand rails. The same method of bridge construction was used for another bridge in the Highlands but the concrete for this bridge was flown in by helicopter. MOA are fully insured with a range of Health and Saftey certificates, employees are trained and qualified to deliver a wide range of engineered bridge designs all over Scotland.
Tuesday, 10 May 2011 21:07
McGowan Outdoor Access were pleased to attend the Loch an t-Sabhail (Loch an Toll) path opening on 7 May 2011. Culag Community Woodland Trust. Ross McGowan project managed the 4km upland path construction. As well as the Little Assynt Access Improvement the project included a training project to train local people in path building and associated skills. MOA has successfully employed one of the trainees following completion of the course.
Friday, 18 March 2011 18:22
We were delighted to attend the National Path Demonstration Site on Friday 18th March 2011 when Fiona Hyslop MSP and Angela Constance MSP officially opened the facility at Oatridge College, Ecclesmachan.
The Paths for All demonstration site will give local authorities, organisations and land owners the chance to look at and take knowledge from the good practice designs and construction methods completed at Oatridge College. MOA & Ross McGowan played a pivotal role throughout the contractural period to deliver the quality countryside practices, form aggregate paths to bridges, signage to gates and fencing.
You can view slideshow of opening.
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 14:56
We also construct stone walling for land owners, ornamental and boundary dyking. MOA give good value walling rates for all types of projects.
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