Administrators appointed to CSC Construction
CHEADLE Hulme construction firm CSC Construction has gone into administration.
Insolvency practitioners at the Manchester office of Deloitte have been appointed to the business which is owned equally by Joyce and Eric Shottin and Rowland and Patricia Couzens.
The company, which was established 30 years ago, has worked on a number of residential schemes across the region, in some cases with housing associations.
A search on the Corpfin database of financial information shows the company has six outstanding county court judgements against it worth a total of £44,800. The latest, for £10,400, was awarded last month.
Accounts for the year to March 2012 show it had total liabilities of £1.8m.
In a statement Deloitte said: “The construction business ceased trading on 29 November, following which the majority of employees roles were made redundant.
“Deloitte will be liaising with customers and working with remaining staff to maximise recovery from retention balances on previously completed construction contracts prior to a formal winding down of the business.”
The administrators did not say how many staff were employed by the business or how many have been made redundant.