Company launches new division winning £4M of business

Tower 42 in London is one of J & C's current projects

GLASGOW-based J & C Architectural Ltd has launched a new Mechanical & Electrical Services division,  J & C Building which has already secured approximately £4M worth of business.

The company is a regarded façade expert and installer of U-Profile glazing systems for commercial and residential developments, as well as cladding, curtainwall and internal finish works. 

The business has won a number of tender packages with residential developer, London & Quadrant (L&Q).

The M & E contracts awarded include works on the redevelopment of Walthamstow dog stadium into a residential development featuring 294 homes; a build to rent and shared ownership development on Sutton Court Road in London; refit works for Datum construction London and the refit of levels 40, 20, 11 and 12, which has just started, at Tower 42, Old Broad Street, London, a 500,000 sq ft office development and former headquarters for NatWest.

In addition, the company was appointed by 21 CC Group to undertake external refurbishment works and a two-storey internal fitout of an existing building at Old Deans Road, Bathgate which was handed over on time.

Colin Woof, Co-Founder and Director said: “The new M & E division has been sometime in the planning and we’re delighted with how it is progressing. We are already looking at introducing further building services into our portfolio.”

Based in Glasgow’s southside, J & C Architecture was established in 2008 by Colin Woof and John Leitch.  The company is a lead design, supply and installer of the bespoke Linit U-Profile Glazing (also known as channel glazing, C-Channel or equal and approved Reglit). Linit U-Profile glazing is produced cradle to gate in Europe, with its quality famous the world over by manufacturer Lamberts Gmbh.

J & C UK project highlights include Tottenham Hale train station, John Bosco school in Surrey, Hunterhill Sports Hub in Bishopbriggs, Chester Odeon, the Repertory Theatre in Birmingham and English National Ballet, London.

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