Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 26 July 2014

Lisburn construction company Linton Solutions secures new deals

A Lisburn-based construction company has clinched a series of new contracts in the UK, Ireland and Holland.

Linton Solutions designs, manufactures and builds prefabricated buildings and steel structures.

More than 50% of Linton's business now comes from the export market, a level which has doubled in the past three years.

To help fulfil its new contracts, the company has invested in a new 7,000 sq ft office development at its Ballinderry Road base.

Founded in 1999, Linton provides products across a range of economic and agricultural projects, from football stadia and wind turbines to industrial storage tanks and domestic construction projects.

The expansion has been assisted by Ulster Bank which provided financial aid.

Nigel Johnston, director of Linton Solutions, said: "The diversity of our product range has helped us continue to grow and we are delighted that Ulster Bank saw the potential in our business and have provided the finance to enable us to meet our ambitions."

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