Fife man relocates growing business to larger premises

Fife man Stuart Beveridge has relocated his BCI Industrial Services to Aberdeen Energy Parkin Bridge of Don as a next step in the company’s growth plans.

By Darren Gibb
Friday, 6th May 2022, 1:16 pm

The former pupil of Inverkeithing High School has moved his company into Moorfield Group’s Unit 8 of the park’s Energy and Development Centre (EDC) under a 5-year lease.

Stuart Beveridge, Director of BCI, said: “Location and quality of space were the determining factors for our move to the Energy Park.

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Stuart Beveridge, who comes from Dalgety Bay, has made the move into larger premises.

We needed more space within a prestigious location, and the Energy Development Centre ticked all the boxes. It provides a great base for our staff and will help facilitate our future ambitious growth plans.”

His company’s new site includes 1500sq ft of flexible office spaces and will serve as the BCI’s headquarters.

Hugh Canham, Head of Asset Management at Moorfield Group added: “BCI aligns well with the current occupiers in the Energy Development Centre, which is generating strong interest and has now achieved 80% occupancy, with only two available units remaining.

“Occupiers are focusing on securing the highest quality workspace as they welcome staff back to the office. The Energy and Innovation Parks offer a great solution that provides BCI, and all occupiers, with an efficient and flexible office within a high-spec environment in a prime location.”

BCI offers quality and inspection services, including non-destructive testing (NDT), vendor inspection, expediting and quality auditing. BCI’s team is supported by a database of over 3000 independent inspectors and expediters, enabling the company to deploy manpower both locally and internationally to support clients around the globe.