Idom Merebrook grows in construction sector and moves into bigger premises

Multidisciplinary engineering consultancy Idom Merebrook Ltd is making further investment in the Scottish market this year with a move into larger premises at Stirling University’s Innovation Park; to both accommodate a bigger team and facilitate further expansion plans later this year.
Idom Merebrook opened their first office in Stirling two years ago to support increasing business opportunities developing in Scotland with over eighty per cent of thier business coming from the construction industry.
The team is currently working on a variety of construction projects including a large scale residential development in the Scottish Borders, and following their appointment as Owner’s Assistant to leading tyre manufacturer, Michelin Tyre PLC, the team is now supervising the construction phase of the new tyre curing workshop in Dundee, due to be complete in May this year.
In Forres, Idom Merebrook has also recently completed a renovation project for the Glasgow School of Arts new research and teaching facility at Altyre Estate. The scope of work included converting a collection of Grade A listed building into a world-class university research facility, featuring an art studio and exhibition rooms, lecture halls and a laboratory.
Nigel Huish, Managing Director of Idom Merebrook commented:
“We are very encouraged by the growth in our Scottish business, the market has undoubtedly changed in the last two years with less resource going into renewables and more focus on construction. As a multidisciplinary agency we have been able to adapt and capitalise on the opportunities presented.
Scotland continues offers compelling business opportunities for Idom Merebrook, and with a growing customer base here we are delighted to be able to expand and develop our resources.”

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