Pacific Building, a long-established and ambitious company based at Hillington Park, has grown its business with the addition of a new 5,000 sqft bespoke joinery workshop next door to its existing premises.
The new environmentally sustainable facility features all-new machinery, tooling and other equipment and is already working on new client commissions. It has increased the size of the company’s footprint at Scotland’s largest business estate from 7,000 sq ft to 12,000 sq ft, plus an additional 3,500 sq ft of yard space.
The company’s impressive client list includes McDonald’s restaurants, pub and restaurant chain Mitchells & Butlers, JD Wetherspoon and Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Manchester International Airports.
Derek Aitken, senior asset manager at Hillington Park said: “Pacific has experienced significant growth at Hillington Park over many years and has always showed ambition to build on that so when the adjacent property became available we worked closely with its management team to quickly expand its premises to enable them to add its new joinery service to its client offering.”
Pacific’s managing director Gerard McMahon said: “We have made a significant six figure investment in our new workshop and as well as adding a minimum of six additional jobs we have increased our capacity and can now deliver bespoke joinery solutions for our growing client base. The estate team at Hillington Park knew we were looking to expand so when the neighbouring premises became available they worked with us to bring it into the Pacific business.”
Colliers and Ryden acted for Hillington Park.