Glasgow contractor LDC turns over £19m in first year

Glasgow contractor Linear Design & Construct (LDC) has turned over £19 million in its inaugural year of trading, landing contracts with clients including KPMG.

Linear Design & Construct MD Ryan Broadley said the year had exceeded expectations. Picture: McAteer Photograph

The principal contracting specialist has completed its first full year of trading by securing projects to the value of £19m, and is currently forecasting a forward order book of £15m for the year ahead.

LDC has won key contracts or preferred bidder status during 2019 for an extensive office rationalisation project for South Ayrshire Council via Hub South West; Lothian Buses' new flagship customer centre in Edinburgh; the full refurbishment of Gretna Gateway Outlet Village; and the office fit-out of KPMG Aberdeen.

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The company has also bolstered its team with 15 "Tier 1" staff.

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"The combination of a fast developing reputation from a team of highly skilled and professional experts, to a dynamic and agile approach, has proved a key to our consistent success throughout 2019.

"I am confident that we have something to offer a broad variety of business sectors across both public and private organisations, looking for high quality partners to deliver strong project outcomes."

CEO Stephen Holmes added: “The spectrum and scale of projects secured by LDC goes a long way to reinforce our position as a group and we look forward to the year ahead with great positivity and clearly focused ambition."