B-DACS 2019 Year Review

The B-DACS team recently held their final team meeting of 2019. With a mix of field staff and office staff, 2019 was reviewed, successes celebrated and 2020 planned for. 2019 saw lots of great additions at B-DACS…Continued

Our Most Valued Asset!

Over the past few months we have seen some of our longest serving staff members reach some unique milestones, starting with our Director Brian Drummond who has been in business trading for 16 years. B-DACS first incorporated in 2003 as a one man operation and now today we see the company has expanded… Continued

B-DACS Presents at Women-into-Engineering Event

On Friday 10th March, B-DACS Director Diane Drummond presented to over 100 secondary female pupils and their teachers from 15 schools across Glasgow at the Women-into-Engineering event held at the City of Glasgow College. Diane joined other leading figures from industry, academia and business to inspire more women to pursue studies and careers in engineering. […]

Friends of TS Queen Mary Project

On Friday the 24th of February we were delighted to volunteer our services to assist in the decommissioning and removal of the existing air conditioning units from the TS Queen Mary. The famous ship is going to be permanently berthed on the River Clyde and will be one of the UK’s largest interactive maritime exhibits, […]

B-Dacs Appoint New Business Development Manager

We are delighted to welcome on-board a new member of the B-Dacs team. Cheryl Turnbull is our new Business Development Manager, which is a newly created role within the company. The exciting new role will adapt and take shape as time goes on but ultimately Cheryl’s responsibility is to work with the Directors and Management to manage projects within the […]

10 Years in Air Conditioning: Recovery and Growth

In our first ever blog post, we started to tell the story of how director Brian Drummond turned B-DACS from a one-man operation into one of Glasgow’s main air conditioning contractors. Here, we pick up where we left off, explaining how we survived the economic crisis and started to look to the future once again. […]