For over 40 years, W M Donald has been providing services to support the majority of the key construction and civil engineering projects within Aberdeen and the North-east of Scotland.
W M Donalds works include providing the main infrastructure and finishing works to facility Phase 1 of the works.
St Macher Phase 2
Leiths Loch Hills concrete plant in Dyce supplied W M Donald with 100m3 of RIGAflow to St Machar Road on the 28th March
Kingsford Stadium Training facility
Construction of the infrastructure works for the Phase 1 Training Academy including the pavilion, groundsman compound, roads, parking bays and drainage.
Plotworks at The Macallan Distillery and Visitor Centre
The prestigious futuristic project included complex and high-value hard landscaping, particularly on and surrounding the approach to the building entrance.
Sewer Diversion, Pittodrie Street
W M Donald was asked to carry out work on, and divert, a Victorian brick sewer in order to build additional student accommodation near Pittodrie Street.
Suction Excavation, Nigg Bay Harbour
W M Donald undertook the excavation of over 38 trial holes along the proposed route of a new 2000m long water main. The main serves Aberdeen’s new Nigg Bay Harbour.
Phase 1 Infrastructure, Countesswells
The remit for this project was far-ranging, as W M Donald was invited to be the principal contractor. This project will bring 3,000 homes across 407 acres to the West of Aberdeen City.
Chapelton of Elsick, Case Study 1
W M Donald was contracted to construct roads as part of the Chapelton of Elsick Development, including a new roundabout at the intersection between the Newtonhill flyover and the A90.
Aqueduct at Milltimber, AWPR
Our team were asked to divert the 800mm diameter gravity and 1200mm diameter pumped aqueducts that feed Aberdeen from the River Dee intakes at Invercannie Waterworks, Banchory.
Prime Four Business Park, Aberdeen
The principal task of this project was to provide access to the development site. This involved reshaping the roundabout to accommodate a third ‘stacking’ lane.