Our Company

Global Infrastructure (Scotland) Ltd is a leading Civil Engineering contractor delivering top quality projects in the Energy & Renewables, Utilities, Infrastructure and Transportation sectors.

Challenging projects are our speciality. Always operating at the cutting edge of our field, we utilise - and often develop - the latest techniques and best practises to deliver vital infrastructure solutions to communities, local and regional authorities, utility companies, renewable energy companies, private industry and power companies using local partners where possible and always with a focus on sustainability.

These often bespoke projects are brought to life by our dedicated team of talented individuals who are focused on exceeding expectations and building sustainable partnerships with our clients.

Where We’ve Come From

Global Infrastructure was incorporated in 2005 and later acquired by Global Energy Group in 2009. A merger with Mansefield Construction Limited followed and the company was re-structured and re-named in 2012 to focus on Civil Engineering and Construction Infrastructure services in the Utilities, Energy and Development sectors.

Where We’re Going

At Global Infrastructure, we have never stood still. Our business has constantly grown and evolved since its inception and we will continue to diversify into other areas of the industry to meet the needs of a changing marketplace, whilst never losing sight of our existing portfolio of valued clients.

All growth at the company - whether corporate or individual - is underpinned by Global Infrastructure’s shared vision and values which are integral to our philosophy and corporate culture.

As an organisation proudly situated in the heart of the Highlands, we are committed to the continued support of local charitable organisations and causes as well as those in the communities in which we work.

Live Projects

Check out the map below to see our current projects across Scotland in the Energy & Renewables, Utilities, Infrastructure, and Transportation sectors.

Power Stations
Water Mains
Small Works
Waste Treatment Works
Private Developments