LINEAR Projects, the interior fit-out specialist, has secured a haul of contracts totalling over £23 million across Scotland and the North of England so far this year.

The firm has started work on the University of Glasgow’s new Learning and Teaching Hub as part of a major redevelopment programme which will result in a significant upgrade of facilities within the campus.

The LTH covers seven floors with capacity for over 2,500 students and includes a lecture theatre to accommodate 500 students.

Linear Projects is delivering a multi-package solution, valued at £3.8m, incorporating partitions, ceilings, smoke curtain, insulation to façade and door sets installation.

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The Glasgow-based firm is also working on the the Event Complex, Aberdeen - the £300m venture by Robertson Group to replace the existing Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre - and has been awarded a multi-million pound package to deliver fit-out expertise across the Hilton hotel, the exhibition and conference centre and the Marriott A-Loft hotel.

The team has assisted in designing specific elements to meet acoustic criteria as well as providing ceilings, partitions and specialist finishes.

Its Manchester office has also been awarded a key project for the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, an 11-floor specialist hospital located next to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

Stephen Holmes, chief executive of Linear Group, said that “2019 has got off to an incredible start and we are confident this is a sign of things to come this year as we continue to grow and thrive”.

He also said: “The team continues to work exceptionally hard to deliver the very best project management and client support and this success is testament to the strong work ethic, commitment and quality approach that the business is built on.”