UK and Ireland specialist contractor Pure Fitout has reached its five year target of creating 80 jobs and securing £15m turnover by delivering bespoke interiors for luxury brands, leisure operators and blue chip corporates.
The Belfast-based company, which was established in 2015, is one of the fastest expanding fitout contractors in the UK, with continued year on year growth.
Pure Fitout has recently invested in its headquarter and manufacturing base in Mallusk, with the premises comprising 55,000 sq ft. In-house capabilities include bespoke joinery, metal fabrication, modular buildings and metal glazing systems fabrication, providing full end to end project management.
Working across hotels, restaurants, bars, fast-food establishments, leisure, heritage regeneration projects and offices, Pure Fitout has delivered high-quality interiors for The Mayson Hotel in Dublin, EastCheap Records in London, Five Guys in Belfast, Craigavon and Dublin, BOOJUM, The Grayson in Dublin, the award winning Stella Theatre in Dublin and office space for the well-known Press Up Group in Dublin and London.
Ronan Higham, managing director of Pure Fitout, said:
“We are pleased to reach our fifth anniversary in such a strong position, with a high volume of exciting projects under our belt across the UK and Ireland. With over 80 employees already on site every day, we are continuing to recruit for skilled metal fabricators, joinery craftsmen, project managers, quantity surveyors and site managers to support the delivery of a strong pipeline of work as we move into 2021. We are currently on site with a number of projects including two new hotels in Ireland, gyms and co-working spaces, as well as signature venues in London, Yorkshire and France.
“From the start we have believed in continuous capital investment in the latest technologies to allow fast, innovative and effective responses to client needs. Bespoke delivery of interiors can often be required at a quick timeline and we are well used to working to a high standard, under these conditions.”
Pure Fitout has invested in the next generation of craftsmen through its apprenticeship programme which has taken on over 20 young professionals during the last five years in all construction-led skills, including joinery and metal fabrication.
He continued: “This year has been challenging for all businesses, adapting to the restrictions put in place to manage the Covid-19 pandemic, and the protection of our employees was at the fore of all of our operations. We have added in new safeguards and put Covid-19 officers in place to ensure that our sites are managed in line with new measures. Brexit has been another complex area of change this year, but we are well prepared.
“Our client relationships have been fundamental to our success to date and this is reflected in our repeat business. We are always looking at our expansion options and during the next year we will be targeting new opportunities across Europe. I would like to thank our employees who have worked hard to deliver quality fitouts with exceptional attention to detail.”
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