CCG to increase timber frame production with 35 new recruits

Construction and manufacturing company CCG (Scotland) Ltd has welcomed 35 new members to its off-site manufacturing business in response to growing demand for its energy efficient timber systems.

Located in Cambuslang, CCG OSM’s manufacturing facility produces enhanced panel timber frame systems for residential and non-residential properties and already supports 57 employees. Starting this month, the business’s 35 new recruits will support the establishment of a second shift pattern in the OSM factory that will enable CCG to increase production to 1,300 homes each year.

Established in 1974, CCG is currently delivering 1,400 homes across Scotland with a confirmed project pipeline to 2021.

CCG chairman and CEO, Alastair Wylie, said: “Housebuilding currently accounts for over 75% of CCG’s contracts and thanks to a number of strategic partnerships with major local authorities - including East Ayrshire, West Dunbartonshire and Perth & Kinross – we have a guaranteed housebuilding programme for the next four years making it essential to increase our production capacity.

“This represents a win-win situation for CCG as we are able to service the demand from our clients and retain quality standards whilst creating a number of skilled jobs and delivering a boost for the regional economy.”

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