The subjects comprise a detached workshop unit with integral two storey offices on a prominent
corner site, with secure concrete yard to the rear and associated car parking to the front, allowing for around 18 vehicles. The unit is of steel portal frame construction with concrete block walls to dado height with insulated profile cladding above, and concrete floors throughout. There is a pitched insulated clad roof incorporating translucent sheeting for natural lighting. The workshop comprises two bays, with a roller shutter door on the South elevation providing vehicular access.
Heating in the workshop is provided by a number of suspended blower heaters, whilst artificial lighting is provided by a mix of hi-bay sodium and suspended fluorescent fitments. Eaves height
is approximately six metres (19.6 ft). Internally, a mezzanine floor has been created within part of the workshop, providing additional storage, together with a compressor room, spray booth and various workshop offices. A full height Kardex system is currently in-situ. The subjects benefit from a 10 tonne gantry crane along with two no. x 8 tonne swivel cranes. Three phase power is also available.
The two storey offices provide a reception at ground floor, together with a mix of open plan and cellular offices, along with with generous kitchen/staff facilities, and toilet accommodation. Access to the first floor offices is via a feature spiral stair, where there are further open plan and
cellular offices, training room and Board room, plus additional toilet facilities. The offices have carpeted floors, painted walls and suspended ceilings incorporating flush fluorescent fitments. Heating is provided by a series of wall mounted radiators.
Access to the rear yard is controlled by security gates. The yard is part concrete, with the remainder in gravel/ grass. There is security lighting to the yard and an interceptor is currently installed.
The subjects are situated some seven miles North West of Aberdeen City Centre. The building occupies a prominent position on the corner of Wellheads Terrace and Wellheads Drive, Dyce, lying immediately to the East of Aberdeen International Airport, and adjacent to The Exhibition Complex Aberdeen (TECA), scheduled for completion in Summer 2019. Road communications are excellent, by virtue of the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), linking the property with all roads to the North , South and West. Occupiers in close proximity include Aberdeen International Airport, Clark Commercials, Iron Mountain (UK) Ltd and Forsyth Ltd.
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