Led by managing director Josh Martin, Arc-Tech MU has since supported the delivery of over 1400 mixed-tenure homes across the breadth of the country with entry into the education and care sectors forthcoming in 2022.
Arc-Tech MU Managing Director Josh Martin said:
“As we mark our first year of trading as a business, we reflect back on what has been one of the most challenging for the construction industry in Scotland in living memory. With major uncertainty in material availability and cost, as well as the ever-present obstacles that the COVID pandemic has put on-site productivity and labour resource, I am extremely proud of our team and how we have overcome these difficulties.
“With 2 recent project completions, 18 live projects and an extensive pipeline of contracts across the breadth of Scotland, Arc-Tech MU is in a healthy position to continue the strategic growth of our business.”
Mr Martin highlights the significance of Arc-Tech MU’s recruitment strategy as a key factor to the business’s short-term success. The firm employs five direct employees including the recent appointment of their first-ever, technical trainee.
“A testament to the success of our business has been the performance of the MU team. We have operated diligently to secure highly-skilled staff and their work over the last year has been exceptional.
“We also share the philosophy of the CCG Group and their well-recognised approach to training and skills development, seeing this as a crucial element to our long-term growth strategy. I am extremely proud to state that our approach in this area is already underway with the employment of our very first technical trainee who joined the team this winter.
“In reaching yet another significant milestone, I am incredibly thankful for the ongoing support of my team and the CCG Group; the outlook for Arc-Tech MU is a positive one and we look forward to the year ahead.”< back