CCG hails busy start to 2016



The Anderston Regeneration project
The Anderston Regeneration project

Construction and manufacturing specialist CCG (Scotland) Ltd has reported a busy first half to the year after commencing more than £92 million in building projects.

The Glasgow firm is live on a range of projects across Scotland’s central belt including residential projects in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Lanarkshire amounting to over 540 units.

Current sites that CCG have started work on this year include a £12m, 54-bedroom care home and day centre in the south of Paisley which is being built for veterans charity the Royal Blind and Scottish War Blinded, and a Sanctuary Housing Association residential development consisting of 206 properties as the final phase of the award winning Anderston Regeneration in Glasgow city centre.

Last month, CCG also announced the completion of a new, environmentally-friendly social housing development in Kilsyth – taking the total number of new social houses built by the firm in Lanarkshire to over 100.

Commenting on the company’s performance over the past six months, Calum Murray, director of CCG (Scotland) Ltd, said: “It’s been a busy start to 2016 as CCG’s construction activity continues to go from strength to strength. During the first six months of 2015 we launched housing contracts that totalled 100 properties, and one year on we have started more than five times that number in the first six months of the year.

“We are continuing our approach to innovation in the use Off-Site Modern Methods of Construction and timber frame manufacture, our key method of construction on our housing projects. With enhanced efficiency and quality standards as well as speed of delivery, we are doing everything we can to support reaching housing supply ambitions across Scotland.

“We are looking forward to what the next six months will bring, and to strengthening our offering across the CCG Group.”

CCG was established in 1974 and has grown into one of Scotland’s largest privately-owned construction and manufacturing companies. Based in Cambuslang, the business employs over 600 staff and has a turnover of over £120m.



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