Arc-Tech employs 100th team member
Glasgow-based building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd has this month employed its 100th member of staff.
A provider of industrial & commercial, mechanical, electrical and renewable service packages, Arc-Tech said it has focused investment in people with 300% growth since its launch in 2016.
Now reaching 106 in total, this figure also includes Arc-Tech’s five trade apprentices. Taken on board in the company’s inaugural apprentice intake in 2017, five young people from between the ages of 16 and 20 are undertaking a 4-year apprenticeship programme in the areas of plumbing, heating engineering and electrical. This in addition to two office-based trainees.
Arc-Tech managing director, John Gallacher, said: “Arc-Tech’s vision is to become a revolution in Building Services with first-class commitment to installation quality and customer service. In order to achieve this goal, we employed exceptional trades’ people and managerial staff, all of which have been individually chosen by the Board of Directors.”
Arc Tech offers valuable design input both pre-& during construction and collaboration with design teams, something which it believes is crucial to the delivery of a contract and maintaining a strong relationship with clients.
John added: “Arc-Tech demonstrates professionalism, quality and commitment at every opportunity. We believe that our ‘can do’ attitude is a genuine breath of fresh air and ensures that the client process is as productive as possible, all of which cannot be done without our people. We knew that to be the best we had to employ the best and our strategic investment in human capital has significantly paid off, our clients have confirmed they are willing to provide Arc Tech with repeat business as they know the Building Service element of their project is in safe hands.
“Arc-Tech will provide training and skills development opportunities whenever possible and we are delighted to state that a further six trade apprentices will be joining us this coming August as part of our ongoing commitment to youth training.”