A Highland businessman has said he is “encouraged” by levels of interest in the products of a modular building firm he re-launched after it went into administration last year.
And Brian Munro, managing director of Invergordon-based Carbon Dynamic (Scotland), predicted the company would in a position to create new jobs in the “not so distant future.”
Mr Munro’s comments came as the firm announced the completion of its first job since starting trading at the end of 2018. The project involved construction of two sustainably-made accommodation buildings for Mowi fish farm staff on the Isle of Rum.
Alness-based Pat Munro Group, which Mr Munro also heads, bought out Carbon Dynamic after 40 jobs were put on the line when it went into administration last December.
Mr Munro said: “We are delighted to be in discussion about further opportunities with Mowi and hope to be able to support them in delivering further projects with further community benefit.
“Now 10 months into the business, although we are still finding our feet, we are encouraged by the level of interest and are looking to create more employment opportunities in the not so distant future.”
Mowi’s construction manager, Stephen McCaig, added: “This project aims to help support the fish cages and shore base development to provide essential accommodation for staff. We got in touch with Carbon Dynamic, as the modular building solution appealed to us.
“We are delighted with the service that Carbon Dynamic have provided us in delivering this project.”