CCG is one of Scotland’s largest privately owned construction and manufacturing companies.
Under the leadership of Alastair Wylie, Chairman & Chief Executive, the Group has consolidated its position as a major force in building contracting and manufacture, employing 600 staff.
The firm’s mission statement, ‘Building Futures’, illustrates their commitment to improving themselves and the environment. As a leading exponent of Modern Methods of Construction, CCG challenge traditional construction convention, drive innovation and embrace change.
Strategic direction is determined by extensive research and development into the emerging requirements of the Scottish Government’s sustainability agenda and is supported by their long-standing commitment to construction skills replenishment. The 56 trades’ apprentices currently employed by the Group are testament to the success of this approach.
This strategy and philosophy has sustained the business through harsh economic times and significantly enhances their potential for growth as the economy improves.
The group is split across eight integrated divisions including windows and doors, roofing and render, flooring, off-site manufacturing, construction, developments, asset management and iQ Lab consultancy service. All eight strands of CCG operate in all sectors of the building and construction industry and each can be commissioned on an individual basis.
CCG’s Construction division offer an enviable depth and range of project experience which has been tested across every sector of construction including social and private housing, student accommodation, health and education, commercial, industrial and retail building.
The firm’s versatility extends across project type and scale of work, from single buildings to major consortium ventures such as the Commonwealth Games Athletes’ Village. Their ethos is to focus on their clients’ needs and to deliver quality workmanship on time and within budget.
CCG pride themselves on optimising their capability by combining the complementary skills of all divisions. For example, using their own Off-Site Manufactured (OSM) closed panel timber systems puts CCG at the forefront in the practical application of Modern Methods of Construction.
CCG has worked on the formation of a new health-care facility within the grounds of the Category A listed St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral and precinct at Manor Place. On behalf of clients, West End Medical Practice CCG undertook the £2.6 million project.
Located in Edinburgh within an outstanding conservation area, the project incorporated a new build pavilion with GP and treatment rooms, an extension to the existing Walpole Hall, and a new masons workshop with yard.