As a property builder, MacKay and Stenhouse needed an expert team when converting an old linen weaving factory into 33 flats.
The factory had closed in 2014 and has since been used by Fife Council. The roof needed to be converted from a flat roof to a pitched roof to make it suitable for accommodation. Pitched roofs are traditionally used for homes as they ensure better water drainage and are built to withstand snow, ice, wind and rain.
Luckily, PIRC were up for the task and successfully converted the whole roof in only nine weeks.
The new residents of the Kirkcaldy flats will sleep soundly knowing their home has a weather-proof roof, thanks to PIRC.