Doe North have now moved into their 'state of the art' offices at Quayside House overlooking the new Methil Dock development. Les Maclean, Managing Director of Doe North commented "we've been looking forward to this move since we outgrew our old offices in Leven two or three years ago and our staff can now enjoy working with the latest IT and office technology in purpose built offices with beautiful views over the water".
|The office interior at Doe North's new Methil Dock Development site Quayside House||Les MacLean, settling into his new work environment||The view across the methil dock development 2009|
The Methil Dock site has been completed redeveloped to establish a new Business Park, including a world leading, energy efficient Hydrogen office and Demonstration Centre. The office unit and centre are powered by an innovative renewable energy and hydrogen fuel cell energy solution, illustrating the role that energy efficiency, renewables and hydrogen can play in reducing the impact of climate change and reducing future dependence on imported energy.
It is anticipated that the Hydrogen project will result in considerable economic benefits for Scotland's economy over the next 25 years with the potential creation of up to 1,350 new jobs and up to £81million in gross value add through new businesses starting up to further develop, manufacture, assemble, install and maintain hydrogen and renewable energy powered office facilities.
The potential benefits of Doe North working alongside this world leading project on what is probably Fife's most innovative business and technological development ever are significant. The opportunity for meeting and networking with the incoming businesses and their specialist teams is just the first step on the ladder.