By retrospectively installing solar and battery storage into your existing buildings or incorporating it into your new-build specification you can turn your properties roof space into an asset providing a cheaper, greener supply of electricity for building occupiers.
We design, supply, install and commission a range of in-roof, flat roof mounted and free standing solar photovoltaic systems in conjunction with our roofing services and as retrospective installations. Carrying out roofing and solar works at the same time enables you to avoid duplication of procurement and infrastructure costs; trades can be coordinated centrally, saving you time and money.
Combining our extensive Principal Contractor experience with our award winning slating, tiling and roof-integrated solar service we successfully deliver public building roof renewal and external renovation projects for a number of local authorities and other public bodies throughout Scotland. We have an exemplary track record of managing projects on time and within budget, particularly on sensitive, occupied public and commercial buildings, including numerous schools, historically significant publib buildings and a very busy city busy shopping arcade.
We set the standard for roofing and solar, through our exceptional safety, service and innovation record.
As part of South Lanarkshire Council’s primary schools modernisation programme, Muiredge Primary School was scheduled to be extensively refurbished and extended to provide a modern learning environment for children. After a successful tender process, Forster […]
Forster successfully completed the installation of an 80 panel (20kWp) in-roof PV installation in conjunction with the re-tiling of the Airlie Gardens sheltered housing complex in Brechin for Angus Council. This was the second sheltered […]
Morgan Academy is a prominent A-Listed landmark in Dundee, devastated by fire in March 2001. It was a spectacular blaze, which gutted the internal construction and roof, leaving only the stone facades. Rather than demolish […]