GTC has moved to larger premises in Scotland to facilitate growing demand for utility networks and infrastructure from the new build market.
GTC’s Scottish office has moved to new, larger premises in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire. The organisation is the UK’s largest independent provider of utility networks and infrastructure to the new-build market. Its Scotland team works with developers and housebuilders, delivering the full range of utilities required for new homes – gas, electricity, ultrafast fibre broadband, water and low-carbon district energy networks.
The company took the decision to establish a Scottish office in 2016 in response to increasing demand. It reports that after just one year the team had outgrown its current location as the company has been involved in numerous projects across Scotland, connecting services to thousands of new homes.
GTC’s Scotland team of over 40 is headed up by Commercial Director, Lesley Campbell. Commenting on the success of the first year, Lesley said: “Having a base in Scotland has been very important for GTC and has brought us closer to our customers. Our team here understands the needs of the Scottish construction industry and has detailed knowledge of the building regulations and the policies relating to housebuilding determined by the Scottish Government. We have enjoyed putting that knowledge to work for Scottish developers and housebuilders and are looking forward to another successful year in 2018.”
Operating networks which serve over one million homes across the UK, GTC offers all six utilities. It believes there are clear advantages for housebuilders to work with a single utility supplier, able to install the whole utility infrastructure in one seamless process, from quotation to connection.
GTC is now based at: Unit 2.1 & 2.2, Western Campus, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill ML4 3B