Falkirk sustainable building business Viridis makes new appointment to town office

Sustainable building services firm Viridis has made an appointment at its Falkirk office.

By Allan Crow
Thursday, 27th May 2021, 11:29 am
Updated Thursday, 27th May 2021, 11:30 am

The company has renewed its commitment to investing in young people’s futures with the hire of Euan Meikle.

He is currently studying building services engineering at Glasgow Caledonian University and is due to graduate this summer.

He joins a team which believes that green solutions don’t have to cost the earth.

Sign up to our daily The Falkirk Herald Today newsletter

Euan Meikle

Viridis, based at Falkirk Business Hub in Vicar Street, is committed to training and educating the next generation of net-zero design engineers to nurture talent from the beginning of their career to create a greener, more sustainable future as well as help bridge the skills gap.

It also employs a team with a wide range of backgrounds to ensure that sustainability and low-energy solutions are at the heart of its designs – rather than just an add on.

Euan said: “When deciding my career path, I knew engineering was the route I wanted to take as I really enjoy both logical and lateral thinking – appealing to my creative and pragmatic side. Having the ability to design in a modern way that creates change is something I feel strongly about.

“It’s great to be surrounded by knowledgeable and experienced colleagues - I’m learning so much from them.”

Lee Marshall, managing director, said: “We are always looking for diverse talent who can bring new ideas and thought processes to the team.

“Having Euan join the company is a breath of fresh air. He’s settled into the team really well, and we’re looking forward to having him in full time once he completes his studies."

Thank you for reading this article on our free-to-read website. We're more reliant on your support than ever as the shift in consumer habits brought about by Coronavirus impacts our advertisers.

Please consider purchasing a subscription to our print newspaper to help fund our trusted, fact-checked journalism.