Moffat Group Ltd Blog


Recent Proteus Industrial Case Study

Following the recent works at Huntershill Sports Centre, Moffat Electrical Services were highlighted in a recent Proteus case study. Moffat Electrical Services Ltd proposed Proteus Industrial Switchgear to electrical consultants Atkins Global UK for the incoming mains supply. The installation consisted of various wall mounting IP3X distribution boards, split load boards and MCCB panel boards, fully fitted with devices, surge protection and metering.

The direct dialogue with the installation contractors established the exact requirements and meant that each board was purpose-made to their exact specifications. The boards then arrived on site fully assembled saving valuable time to the installing engineers. Alan Hay, Estimating Director of the Moffat Group said “We have used Proteus over many years and do so whenever we can. Having the units pre-built at the factory was a great time saver and allowed us to complete all the quicker”.


Click here for more information on the Proteus products used and also to view the case study in full.


Work Commences at Auchinairn’s New Community Centre

Moffat Electrical Services secured the M&E package for the works to be done at Auchinairn’s new community centre.

Auchinairn’s new community facility and early years centre, being built as part of the Council’s Auchinairn Place Project, is set to benefit from £1.5m from the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF)*.

The building, due to open next spring, will be on the site of the old Auchinairn Primary and will provide a range of facilities for local people including a nursery, a community hall, café, meeting rooms, play area and much more.

Depute Chief Executive for Place, Neighbourhood and Corporate Assets, Thomas Glen, said, “In consultation with local people, this new centre has been designed to offer the community of Auchinairn a focal point for groups to meet and for people to access services and activities.

The new underfloor heating has just been installed and work continues to have the facilities in place for the local community as soon as possible.

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Works Complete at Huntershill Sports Centre

Works are now complete at the newly upgraded Huntershill Community Sports Hub.  Community sport hubs are Lottery-funded and are one of sportscotland’s key programmes which contributes to Legacy and supports local sport clubs to play their part in a world class sporting system.

Following the investment the new changing areas and facilities are proving a great hit with the local community groups who use the facilities.  The work is continuing to deliver a long-term ambition for a major new community sports facility to provide better sports facilities for youngsters and clubs within the Dunbartonshire area.

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Craigneuk & Petersburn Action for Kids Support

[metaslider id=557]Prior to the schools returning Moffat Group were delighted to sponsor a “kids day out” for the Craigneuk and Petersburn Action for Kids group.  Over 70 kids and helpers had a fantastic day out to Blair Drummond Safari Park with the support of the Moffat Group and Bell UK.

Craigneuk and Petersburn Action for Kids Group are in their 3rd year of running and have supported over 300 kids in the local area.  They provide a youth club in the evenings and work closely with local authorities and emergency services such as the police and fire brigade to integrate the kids with the works that these services offer and can help them with.

They  have also promoted a “no tolerance” approach to bullying in the schools and local area to teach the kids to be more understanding and building respect for each other.



Moffat Group Goes Continental


Moffat Group was on show during the recent London to Paris charity 300 mile cycle in aid of Alzheimer’s Society.  Our employee John Ferguson finished this challenge in spectacular style.  Pictured in front of the Eiffel Tower emotions were high and John admitted that “The challenge was the toughest, most gruelling challenge that I have every undertaken.  However the people that I met on the journey were an inspiration to keep going as there were plenty of times I felt like giving up!”

During the journey John saw first hand the great work that this charity does for sufferers and reinforced the determination to reach the finish.  It was particularly humbling to meet 2 brothers during the journey who were then met at the Eiffel Tower by their father who is currently receiving support for dementia.

To support John for his efforts pleas click here for his Just Giving link.

Please click here to find out some more information on the support available from the Alzheimer’s Society.


New Start – Liam Smith

Moffat Electrical Projects Ltd would like to welcome our new apprentice Liam Smith to the company. He is a local lad who left school last year and completed a year at college studying Electrical Engineering before jumping at the chance to become an Apprentice Electrician. We wish Liam all the best in his Modern Apprenticeship and hope he has a long and happy future here at Moffat’s.


Its A Pass For Lewis!

Moffat Electrical Projects Ltd would like to congratulate Lewis Elder on passing his Final Integrated Competence Assessment and becoming a qualified electrician. We wish him all the best with his new trade and hope he has a long and happy career here at Moffats!



Moffat Group Install Pioneering Viega Megapress System

The new Viega Megapress press connection system was specified by design consultants working at the complex site at the Rockvilla centre which is the new headquarters of the National Theatre Scotland (NTS).  The technically advanced system was an ideal solution, allowing the us install a new heating system into the complex site quickly, easily.

The £6.5 million development of the Rockvilla centre will be the headquarters of the National Theatre Scotland (NTS), allowing the theatre group for the first time to have its rehearsal and production activities under one roof. The building will consist of three rehearsal rooms, creative development spaces, a learning and community suite, production workshop, technical store, office space, meeting and social areas.

The Rockvilla centre required the installation of a new heating system within the 3,700 square metre space. For such a complex site, the consultants required a solution that was reliable and would help to reduce installation time.

Installed by Moffat Facilities Ltd in just five months, the system saves up to 60% of assembly time compared to traditional tube connection methods such as welding or threading – both of which can affect the integrity of the tube wall. The Megapress system also provides a clean connection due to its pressing function, meaning there is no excess cutting oil, metal swarf, hemp residue or jointing compound that would be used with traditional methods. Therefore valuable time was saved as the system did not require flushing to remove any residual installation debris.

The installation at the Rockvilla centre required 500 connections of the thick-walled steel fittings ranging from 15mm to 54mm, which was easy to achieve from Viega’s comprehensive selection of fittings ranging from ½” to 2”.

William Giplin, Mechanical Project Engineer at Moffat Mechanical commented on the installation: “Having worked with the system before, we knew just how easy the Megapress would be to use. Using a single press gun, the connections can be achieved in the most confined spaces – completing a full seal in a single press. With the large Rockvilla site and over 500 connections of thick walled steel tube to be made, this was crucial. We are so impressed with the Megapress system that we are continuing to use it on other sites.”

MBS Case Study for more information on the project.