One of the most successful Scottish property management firms hub South West has today announced it had achieved a total of £0.5 billion worth of infrastructural development.
Revealed as part of the company’s latest annual report, the Scottish firm has seen an impressive amount of achievement over the last seven years.
Commenting on the overall achievements, Michael McBrearty, Chief Executive of hub South West, said: “Now in our eighth year of existence, up until March 2020, hub South West had successfully delivered £507m of infrastructural projects covering the education, health, leisure, housing, and residential care sectors.”
Operating in Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway, hub South West’s annual report for the year to March 2020 reveals £158m of projects were in construction, with a total of £468m in Development.
In addition to the value of the projects, hub South West has created 518 jobs as well as 634 training opportunities since their inception.
Mr McBrearty continued: “During the 2019/20 reporting period we have developed and encountered diversity, a host of new opportunities, challenges, and changes; I am delighted, however, that this has resulted in another year of great success for hub South West Scotland.
“Our extensive and varied portfolio of projects, together with our outstanding project delivery record, supports our pipeline into 2020.
“As ever, we remain fully committed to upskilling, training, and facilitating employment opportunities for people across our territory.
“The full economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic are still to make themselves known, but we remain confident that the role of organisations such as hub South West can only grow and become yet more critical to the overall strength of our communities in the months and years to come.”