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Martec Engineering
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Forging Our Future
Forging our Future

Customer satisfaction and top quality products are at the heart of everything we do at Martec.

From humble beginnings we have evolved into a market leader in security doors for social housing. Here is a short overview of how we progressed to our enviable position today.

1995 Martec was formed by Martin McHugh, a steel fabricator to trade and an entrepreneur. He saw a need in the Glasgow market for high quality steel products.

1996 Develops long standing working relationships with Main Contractors

1998 Launched the Premier Plus Security Door

2000 Our customer base has grown from in and around Glasgow to all over Scotland, North of England, and London

2001 Our Patented Anti-Nip hinge is developed for all of our security doors

2004 Our patent pending security glazing system is invented.

2006 £550K contract for the manufacture and installation of Glazed Balconies at the prestigious Lancefield Quay Development in Glasgow.

2008 We develop The Premier Door now, the market leader. Setting a benchmark in the industry for high performance and low cost.

2010 Achieved, The new standard of Secured by Design STS202 level 2.

2010 Fire Rated doors and screens launched. Providing protection from E30 to Ei240.

2011 Achieved BSi ISO 9001;14001;18001.

2011 £600K contract for staircases, balustrade and stainless steel within Union Square Shopping Centre, Aberdeen.

2012 Move to 35,000 sq feet manufacturing facility.

2013 Biggest single order in the UK for the installation of fire screens and doors. £1.6m.

2013 £4.7m turnover, employing 65 full time staff.

2014 All products CE marked.
2015 Turnover over £6m.
2016 2HR Fire Rated Bin Hopper Certified and Launched.
 
Client Spotlight
Union Square Aberdeen

Martec engineering successfully tendered for the supply and installation of all the balustrades and secondary steel work for the new Union Square shopping centre in Aberdeen.

Located on Guild street and Market street, this development has combined Aberdeen railway station and the new bus station creating a transport hub.

Union Square Aberdeen