CCG has launched a new company that has been described as offering a “comprehensive range of services” to the Scottish construction sector.
Arc-Tech offers a range of mechanical and electrical design services, including plumbing, gas and electric installation, off-site manufacturing and project management. The new company will operate under the CCG parent brand and is expected to generate £4.5 million in their first year with plans to achieve £15 million by 2020.
The firm’s current work programme includes the new National HVDC Centre, a training and testing facility for SSE in Cumbernauld, and a 54-bedroom care home and an activity and support centre for veterans in Paisley which is being built for the Royal Blind and Scottish War Blinded respectively.
Alastair Wylie, chairman and CEO of CCG said, “As the construction side of our business continues to grow, we are seeing a real shortfall in the number of companies offering high quality, carefully project-managed building services. That is why we decided to establish Arc-Tech – to meet that growing demand.
“The new team we have in place have decades of industry experience, and we are confident that this new division will take the CCG Group from strength to strength.”
John Gallacher, MD of Arc-Tech added, “On behalf of myself and my team, I can say that we are very excited about what the future holds for Arc-Tech. We have a significant work programme for 2016 from existing CCG contracts and will look to establish our presence in the marketplace in 2017, showcasing our experience and first class customer service to the public and private sector.”