AC Joinery has existed as a standalone business under the umbrella of the group since 2013. The company was formed following a request for specific clerestory windows to be installed at the prestigious Holland Green residential development in West London; a major client had encountered difficulties in locating a business with the capability to offer the quality and service required at fair cost – and AC were on hand to deliver.
Following AC Joinery's establishment, first year turnover reached an impressive £1.3m, the fast growth demonstrating strong market appetite for the service. Since the initial contract for hardwood clerestory windows, the business has gained a significant foothold in the bespoke joinery market. The company has garnered a great knowledge for the intricacies of the trade – our ability to fit furniture into a variety of spaces whilst managing their unique complexities means there is no project we cannot cater for.
Our experienced, highly skilled joiners have a total of 85 years of experience between them. AC Joinery has collaborated on projects in the residential, commercial offices and education sectors – all examples of the high quality work we deliver to our clients.
AC Architectural Metalwork is a subsidiary of the AC Group, specialising in the fabrication of bespoke metal furniture, fittings and structural installations. They are also heavily involved with the fabrication of secondary steelworks for our international projects.
We pride ourselves on providing our clients with only the best materials, ensuring a superior quality product with exceptional corrosion resistance and high durability. Our work is bespoke, with all metals cut and welded in house by our highly trained specialist team, differentiating us from other fabricators.
The AC Groups' established reputation led to a foothold in the fabrication market, and the business has successfully progressed since its recent inception via a number of high quality projects; including vanity units for the prestigious Holland Green residential development in West London.