Excellence, passion, integrity and collaboration

Our employees work on some of Scotland’s most exciting construction projects in a fast-paced innovative environment within high-profile projects.

Construction Manager

Construction Managers are part of the building process from the very beginning. Their role involves: working closely with architects and engineers to go over plans and blueprints; making timetables for the project; determining material and labour costs; negotiating with and hiring subcontractors and workers; scheduling workers on site; gathering permits and making sure everything is up to code.

Electrician

Electricians typically do the following: read blueprints of technical diagrams, install and maintain wiring, control and lighting systems; inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers; identify electrical problems with a variety of testing devices.

Joiner

The main duties of a site joiner are as follows: fitting wooden structures such as doors, window frames, staircases, partition walls, roof timbers, floor and roof joints (1st fix); installing doors, cupboards, skirting boards, door surrounds, shelving and ironmongers (2nd fix).

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Testimonials

Michael Murdoch

Project Manager - Verint Systems UK Limited

Calma Group were truly a collaborative partner; working with us to successfully complete 2 major renovation projects at our Grade A listed facility in Scotland – The refurbishment of 6,408sqft of attic space to office suite and the external rendering/painting works to our historic building, India of Inchinnan, were executed in a professional manner, delivered within the established schedule and within budget.

Throughout the projects, Calma Group were completely respectful of our building and its surroundings, and soon became part of our team! Calma Group has the experience, knowledge and skill sets necessary to execute large projects effectively.

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