Creating a ‘Gateway to the Highlands’ with Our New Perth Office
We’re aiming to create a ‘gateway to the Highlands’ with the launch of our new office in Perth, central Scotland.
The new base will be used as a springboard into Dundee, Fife and Stirling while increasing our presence in Aberdeen and Inverness. It also paves the way for job creation recruiting seven new staff to manage high profile accounts in the area, effectively doubling the size of our current Perth operation. This includes roles for joiners, painters, electricians, roofers and builders.
The new office opened on 1st June and is targeting three core sectors – Councils, Education and Health Care. Investment and growth in key sectors in the area are further aligned to our skill set making the Highlands a hugely exciting prospect.
“The new Perth office will play a vital role in our expansion plans across Scotland,” says Director, Donald Bain. “Our business has been operating in Scotland since 1925 and is well established around major conurbations such as Glasgow and Edinburgh. We have a strong track record of working nationwide. However, in order to make a real impact in the northern regions of Scotland it is essential to have a local presence and to build meaningful relationships. Due to an increase in infrastructure spend in these regions and recent developments to our own service offering we feel this is an ideal time to increase our footprint across the country.
“The expansion is largely being led by the progression in our Facilities Management division, which is a key growth area for Morris & Spottiswood. Our Fit-out, Housing and Flooring divisions are also looking to target Perth and Dundee territories in particular, while all activity in this region will be developed in collaboration with our M&E division which is one of our fastest expanding services."
“The Perthshire development has been many months in the making and forms part of a broader 10-year growth plan to double turnover by 2028."
“We have carefully and methodically plotted our route for the coming years with a strategic cross-consultancy plan. A key part of this growth strategy in Scotland is to build a self-delivery model with a strong supply-chain alliance. This will allow us to take full control and responsibility for project delivery. We have complete confidence in our skills, experience and delivery capability from decades in the industry and we believe this self-delivery model will be of great benefit to our customers. We will be able to pass down cost savings, improve quality control and increase delivery speed. The new office is launching with a formidable position of strength, able to draw on expertise, knowledge and support from our other bases in Scotland as well as Warrington and Leeds across the border.”