DMC have been around for twenty years, in that time, we’ve achieved a lot………
In the last 12 months...
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After a stint as a trainee upholsterer when he left school, David McCartney began his career in the tiling industry at the age of 17, having been offered an apprenticeship to work for Quiligotti Contracts Limited.
David finished his apprenticeship when working in Euro Disney and was soon running all major projects in the South of England for Quiligotti, such as Canada Water, North Greenwich Interchange and Waterloo.
David McCartney, wanting more freedom and a challenge, took the leap from installer to business owner and formed DMC Tiling Limited. The first project was Bristol Airport Phase One, where DMC carried out all the management, installation and engineering works. DMC still carry out works for Bristol Airport to this day.
DMC took on their biggest challenge to date, Metronet, where the PPP committed to fully refurbish all the London Underground Stations. This was a great challenge for all involved and at one-point DMC were involved in 18 stations. These were full refits, with many being heritage works.
Due to the explosion in the Rail sector, in London in particular, DMC Rail Limited was formed. This allowed DMC Tiling Limited to focus on supermarkets and DMC Rail Limited move into the infrastructure sector.
Kings Cross Station works started, installing the wall and floor tiling, stairs and skirtings to the new Ticket Hall and Tunnels.
Works commenced at Blackfriars Station, installing wall and floor finishes to the new Ticket Hall, internal and external platforms, to both the north and south stations.
Alex Morrissey (Managing Director), Conor McCann (Business Development Director) and Jennie McCluskey (Head of Commercial and Finance) joined the existing Operations Director, Lee Bird, and CEO David McCartney to grow and develop the business to prepare for its next stage.
DMC Rail was renamed DMC Contracts Limited to demonstrate our holistic service from inception to completion in all sectors, not just rail, operating in the aviation, commercial, health and education sectors. We were awarded the STAKE framework contract working direct for Transport for London.
Tottenham Court Road was in full swing, installing floor and wall finishes, access covers, stairs and skirtings to the new ticket hall and platforms. We carried out a full refurbishment of our head office, installed a server, improving our IT capabilities and continued to grow the team.
DMC opened our offices in London’s City, enabling speedy access to our team by our clients.
DMC commenced works to nine Crossrail Stations, a massive undertaking.
The Director’s, looking forward to the next stage of DMC renamed DMC Tiling Limited DMC Flooring Specialists Limited, merging with a soft flooring company to be a one stop shop to our clients for all their floor and wall finish requirements. We are now employing 45 office and 210 site staff.