CCG Off-Site Manufacturing (OSM) is a leading manufacturer of enhanced timber systems based in Glasgow that was launched by parent company, and principal client, CCG (Scotland) Ltd in 2010 after £12m of private investment from the CCG Board of Directors.
CCG OSM extends to 130,000 sq ft and is one of the most advanced facilities of its kind in the UK; utilising an innovative mix of automation and craftsmanship to create the panelised timber system known as the ‘iQ’ Timber System, a fully closed solution inclusive of insulation, internal wall linings, service zones, windows and external doors. Integrating with floor or roof cassettes, the system supports the delivery of 1500+ homes every year as well as the creation of primary schools, early learning centres and care homes.
The ‘iQ’ system is manufactured with precision quality and, with greater tolerances determined by fewer panels, junctions and thermal bridges, it offers market-leading standards of thermal performance with the capability of being advanced to a Passivhaus standard of build.
The company has recently undertaken extensive research and development in response to the emerging sustainability agenda set forth by the Scottish Government. With an ambition to become a net zero economy by 2045, the Government has set targets for the housebuilding sector, focusing on the removal of gas in order to lower our emissions. The CCG Group has sought to find a solution for new housebuilding in the immediate term in order to lower our emissions whilst sustaining housing supply in the immediate term; this has led to the creation of the CCG Net Zero Home, Scotland’s first scalable and affordable mass-market building standard. Find out more HERE.