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Veitchi Group Success With new Metframe Product

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Veitchi Group, the Cambuslang-based subcontractor has announced that they have experienced an increase in business for three of their key divisions. The company is one of Scotland’s largest sub-contractors for the construction industry and has seen an increase in business for some of their key services.

Veitchi Group has also recently celebrated their 100th anniversary in March, and the company has attributed their recent increase in success to their ‘Metframe’, an award winning construction solution as well as a number of other significant flooring projects that the company has been involved in.

Veitchi Interiors is the group’s most rapidly expanding division. This division is Scotland’s only approved installer of Metframe, which is a lightweight steel structure that is constructed offsite and delivered for each project in a pre-panelised form. Over the course of the past 24 months, 14 projects have been carried out across the UK, with a combined value in excess of £8 million have been carried out by the Veitchi Interiors division. These projects include a student accommodation block located in Edinburgh which was 7-storeys high when completed. The company has also completed a 2-storey hotel extension in Glasgow and 3-storey hotel in Oxford as well as projects that have been located in London and Cambridge.

Metframe is a construction solution that has become attractive to contractors who are working on projects in tight city locations. The solution offered by Veitchi Interiors is beneficial as it can significantly reduce construction time. The Haddington Place accommodation in Edinburgh was awarded a Silver in the Judge’s Category of the Scottish Finishes and Interiors Sector Awards Ceremony recently, further helping to promote the company and their construction system.

This product has seen a great amount of initial success, and the company are hoping to build on this going forward. The company is at the moment working through an order book of contracts worth £7 million.

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BDC 299 December 2022