Last week, we said a fond farewell to our lovely Linda who was our fabulous Administration Assistant working at the heart of the company in our Bower Showroom. Before she left us, we had a quick (socially distanced) chat through our Perspex desk divider about her time working at Norscot.
How long have you worked for Norscot?
I have worked here for 6 years and 11 months as an Administrative Assistant
A Norscot highlight?
I have made some friends for life through working at Norscot. Also, being able to watch the Company grow and manage to make its way through the Covid-19 pandemic successfully was fantastic.
Why did you join Norscot?
As a previous employee, I knew a bit about the Company and so I felt comfortable coming back.
What will you miss the most about working at Norscot?
I will miss the workforce they are all a good bunch of people from the office to the workshops to the fitters as they were always willing to help you out if needed. The banter will also be missed!
Everyone at Norscot would like to wish Linda all the best for the future. We sure will miss you.
We are delighted to be able to share these images of a completed Timber Frame Kit to a client based on the Isle of Skye. Huge thank you to the client for sending and allowing us to share these images.
We are delighted to have both our Bower Sales Advisor & our Inverness Sales Manager listed as finalists for the Independent Network National Sales Person Awards. The Awards are based on installations registered during 2020 and customer satisfaction results. The winners will be announced at the IN Members Weekend in September.
Taylor Campbell (Bower) hit total registered sales valued between £300-500k and Iain Sutherland (Inverness) hit total registered sales between £500k -£1 million.
We recently delivered a completed Timber Frame Kit to a client based in Conon Bridge, near Dingwall. We are delighted to be able share some pictures below!
Back in 1993, former roofing joiner (amongst other roles!) working in Aviemore Iain Sutherland joined our team in Inverness. Having to sweep snow off roofs every morning during the winter made the transition to working at Norscot an easy one!
Fast forward to 2007, Iain hit sales of over half a million and was awarded a certificate from network VEKA as well as a tie to celebrate the occasion.
Iain says he has been some weird and wonderful places while carrying out his role including taking a rowing boat to one job. He was soaked to the skin by the time he arrived!
A fond Norscot memory is attending a Scottish Building Exhibition many years ago with Callum Grant & Peter Body – a particular highlight of this Exhibition was their tartan waistcoats. Sadly, no picture evidence of this can be found!
We can’t believe it has been 28 years already. Maybe it is true, time really does fly when you’re having fun and working hard!