Linear Projects marks 25 years with £19m turnover
2018 has proved to be a definitive year for Glasgow and Manchester-based integrated interior fit out specialists Linear Projects with turnover topping £19 million, office staff increasing to 45 plus on-site operatives to 200 as well as a 25th anniversary.
Starting life in 1993 as a labour-only family business, then known as John Holmes Contractors, offering dry lining and suspended ceiling solutions, the business evolved to Linear Projects in 2003, going on to secure a turnover of £1m a year later.
The steady growth and expansion of Linear Projects has ensured stability and strength, with it now working with a number of the UK’s largest contractors, on some of their most significant and major projects. In the last two years alone, Linear Projects has worked on the multi award-winning new Macallan Distillery and Visitor Experience and was appointed by Robertson to deliver interior packages on its largest project to date, the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, with a value of £15m.
Commenting on the milestone, Stephen Holmes, CEO of Linear Group, said: “The Linear Projects ethos has always been about doing the job right and making sure the outcome is the very best it can be. It is this commitment that has shone through consistently over the last 25 years of business. When my father started this business, this was his commitment and we hold it true today as much as he did 25 years ago.
“I am incredibly proud of what the business has achieved and of the contribution of each and every member of our own team and the operatives have made in delivering each projects through to such high quality completion. Looking at the projects we have worked on and are currently involved in, it is clear to see how far we have come and the strength of our reputation in the industry today.”