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Launch of Linear Building Compliance

01.12.2020, 15:28

Launch of Linear Building Compliance

UK contracting and fit out specialists Linear Group have launched a division to provide fire, acoustics and compartmentation compliance solutions for building owners, managers and developers.

Linear Building Compliance (LBC) becomes the third division within the Group and was created in response to increased deand from clients for specialist fire door inspections and maintenance, fire compartmentation, and acoustics solutions (including insulation and reverberation solutions).

With a growing focus on optimising building safety and compliance across the industry, LBC offers a wide range of expertise and experience, as well as the appropriate third party certifications required to inspect, report, remediate , and also maintain, any premises. 

Stephen Holmes, group CEO, comments: “The launch of Linear Building Compliance is in recognition that specialist services are now more in demand in the industry than ever before, and I believe that clients are looking to minimise their risk by engaging with quality, fully certified and accountable businesses such as Linear Group.

“This comes following a challenging year across the industry, but we’re delighted to be able to drive forward our growth, topping the £30m turnover mark this year, and we are projecting to double this within the next year in line with our ambitious plans and robust pipeline.  This achievement is down to the hard work and commitment of our teams across the UK, and their unwavering tenacity in the face of extraordinary circumstances.”

LBC, which will be led by recently appointed managing director, Andrew Shankland, will service the requirements of a range of buildings, including individual premises, multiple site and large scale complexes.

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