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We are in the process of finalising drawings, layout schemes and project management for a large independent church in Dundee. An exciting project for us!

Well, we’ve said most we need to on the Home Page but it is worth mentioning that we will normally undertake works of any description on a single-trade or ‘all- trades’ basis on any older property.

 

Essentially, whilst we won’t turn away any work, we simply prefer older properties.

 

As well as our domestic client base, we are pleased to say we receive instructions from insurance companies, architects, architectural technicians and other contractors as well as from other main or principal contractors.

 

As we mentioned on the Home Page we are also pleased to undertake work to several churches or church properties which often involves us in having to be considerate of the particular needs of listed buildings as well as being

sensitive to the style of building as well as its function.

 

As we have progressed we have taken advantage of small niche markets opening up to us and have recently started a floor sanding business investing in some specialist equipment which leaves a first class finish. We have undertaken sanding/finishing works in hotels, pubs and officees as well as churches.

 

As we, like other firms, had to come to grips with Health & Safety legislation we began helping other small businesses with similar applications for them. This led us onto becoming involved in Disability Discrimination as well as Access work. This in turn took us into the realm of Fire Risk Assessments all of which we undertake under the banner of Elliot, Steele Consultants.

Links to that side of the business as well as to Highland Floor Sanding can be found under the navigation bar button ‘Associates’

We, that is Cheryl and Bill Steele, originate in London whence Cheryls’ family moved to Kincraig to take over  the Ossian Hotel.

 

Cheryl’s father, John Ramage belonged to the Borders and arrived with his family in Kincraig in 1973 and we followed soon afterwards.

 

The family still owns the hotel and by way of a plug it is still well worth a visit.. See links page for directions.

 

Plug over!”