McGoff Construction has secured contracts worth in excess of £100 million for work which is to commence in 2021.
The contracts are primarily for the McGoff Group’s asset-backed operating businesses and are in the care and education sectors, including New Care and Back to the Garden Childcare.
The company, which is based in Altrincham, has continuously evolved its approach to design and construction throughout the pandemic. McGoff has invested in both pre- and post-construction services, expediting the commencement of fully designed projects, constructing within the optimum timeframe and supporting each client’s full mobilisation at build completion.
This consistent approach means that the development journey for clients is smoother and removes the inefficiencies and disconnect which is often associate with procuring construction services.
Moreover, McGoff Construction has embraced modern methods of construction through the establishment of specialist subcontract businesses in lightweight metal superstructures, passive fire protection and mechanical and electrical services.
Dave McGoff, Director at McGoff Construction, commented: “The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly brought challenges to the construction industry and driven change. From the outset we made communication our priority, with clients, the supply chain, subcontractors and consultants, as well as with every member of staff, navigating a way through the uncertainty and successfully establishing a clear direction for the business.
“One of the main objectives in the last couple of years, and indeed during the pandemic, has been to become as self-sufficient as possible, which is now very much a reality. We are constantly self-generating work through the Group’s asset-backed operational businesses, having built 11 care homes for New Care, one day nursery for Back to the Garden Childcare and various residential schemes for Villafont, notably Downtown, the £53 million apartment scheme in Manchester.
“We have taken time to review and enhance certain parts of the business, expanding our self-delivery strategics in the last 18 months with the introduction of Panacea Building Systems, the establishment of Downtown Asset Management (DAM) and the launch of a Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) offering within the existing McGoff Group Facilities Services.
“These new divisions will help us gain further control and drive efficiencies in the delivery of our developments. With an uncertain economic period expected, our evolution will safeguard the sustainability of work in the coming months and years.”
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