Arc-Tech MU take first steps into care sector with Dalgety Bay Luxury Suites

Arc-Tech MU take first steps into care sector with Dalgety Bay Luxury Suites

Work began on the Dalgety Bay care home this month

Glasgow-based multi-utilities contractor Arc-Tech MU will take its first steps into the care sector this summer with the commencement of works at Dalgety Bay Luxury Suites in Dunfermline.

Located on Harbour Way in the town centre, the firm will undertake a suite of gas, water and electrical-based service installations to support the creation of a 68-bed care home on behalf of Morrison Community Care (CCG) Holdco Ltd, a newly-formed joint venture company led by care developer Morrison Community Care Group and contractor CCG (Scotland).

Bringing together a wealth of experience, the development will offer people over the age of sixty-five private, en-suite rooms, access to 24/7 residential, nursing, and dementia care services as well as providing access to a range of amenities that includes a hair salon, cinema, dining rooms, and private resident’s grounds.

Arc-Tech MU has established a strong foothold in the residential sector since its formation in 2020 with over 1,400 new homes benefitting from their services but, managing director Josh Martin heralds the importance of the site start of Dalgety Bay as being integral to the firm’s future offering.

Arc-Tech MU take first steps into care sector with Dalgety Bay Luxury Suites

He said: “Scotland has a growing ageing population; modern, quality accommodation is in short supply across the country and that is why it is hugely important to the wider economy that we focus on accommodating the needs of the elderly. In that respect, we are privileged to be involved in Dalgety Bay alongside two leading developers. Being involved in this development will be instrumental to us moving forward as the market for more care homes and specialist accommodation continues to grow.”

The news of Arc-Tech MU’s site start at Dalgety Bay comes at a time when the business has reached another exciting milestone in its ongoing recruitment programme with the appointment of two new members of staff at their headquarters in Glasgow.

Ryan Cook is an experienced CAD Technician and Kirsty Robinson will provide administrative services for the company with both offering additional support for the business’ pre-contract and operations teams.

Josh added: “I am delighted to have welcomed Ryan and Kirsty to our team. Arc-Tech MU is a growing business but we have high standards and our two new members are vital components to ensure we continue to provide a quality service to our clients. It’s an exciting time and I look forward to seeing how our team progresses over what will be a very busy period in the coming months and years.”

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