Case Study -
Glasgow-based business involved in Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
Glasgow-based A De Cecco is Scotland’s oldest and largest ceramic wall, floor and mosaic tile covering specialist has been at the forefront of tile design for more than seven decades, its track record saw it secure three contract wins at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
With an extensive portfolio of creating luxurious and functional surroundings for many high-profile hotels and venues across Scotland, the business is also renowned for its expertise in swimming pool tiling and design – examples include Peeblesshire’s Stobo Castle and Orkney Council’s Pickaquoy Centre.
For Glasgow 2014, A De Cecco successfully bid for contracts for the SECC Scottish National Arena, SECC car park and Athletes Village – securing £319,000 worth of business.
Alex Paton, Managing Director for A De Cecco, said: “A De Cecco has been fortunate to work on a number of well-known projects across Scotland and we are proud of our ability to deliver our specialist knowledge to ensure a very high standard of workmanship. Our involvement in the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has been particularly rewarding, as a local business it’s great to be a part of this prestigious event.”