Edison Group has acquired Livingston-based Maplewood Joinery & Development, a business and residential builder integrated in 2020 for residence extensions and driveways in addition to property upkeep and refurbishment.
Edison Group consists of Glasgow fit-out contractor GDC Design, acquired final yr, and landscaping contractor Edinburgh Driveway Firm that it acquired in January. In March it acquired Sunderland-based Crown Architectural Programs. It additionally has a residential property administration division.
Edison mentioned that it’s going to merge Maplewood with Edinburgh Driveway Firm, which can also be primarily based in Livingston.
Edinburgh Driveway Firm operates all through central Scotland and Ayrshire, offering a variety of landscaping providers, and can also be a Marshalls authorised contractor.
Edison chief govt Calum Melville mentioned: “Maplewood offers Edison Group a really comparable operation to that of the Edinburgh Driveway Firm however one which serves the east coast of Scotland as much as Dundee, right down to the Borders and from Edinburgh throughout to Glasgow.
“Because of this, this, for us is a key strategic transfer to provide us a market-leading presence in Scotland’s areas of highest inhabitants. We anticipate that the mixed enterprise will turnover round £5m in 2023.”
He added: “We’ve got by no means made any secret of our ambitions and we’re decided to proceed to develop quickly. We’re in authorized phases with two additional acquisitions. These will convey bringing consolidated gross sales on a rolling 12-month foundation up till June 2023 to £26m.”
“We stay firmly out there to amass companies which are complementary to our group actions are investing substantial sums to construct an infrastructure and platform to drive development over the subsequent few years.
“Our persistently increasing providing consists of development, mission administration, architectural providers, bespoke joinery, furnishings manufacture, inside design, inside match out, all trades, driveways, landscaping, property upkeep and refurbishment.”