Lincoln property firm continues recession-busting growth
Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire property repair and improvement business, Meddo Lincoln, has continued its growth, with the addition of 13 new members of staff.
The two new managers, ten new tradespeople and a new PA to the directors continues the growth of the team from five people in 2006 to 41 now, in a period which has also seen it increase turnover from £273,000 to in excess of £2.65 million.
In 2012, the company, formerly NJ Woodco, joined the national consortium-style business, Meddo, adding potential for continued expansion as it increases its geographical market to include additional areas of South Yorkshire.
Meddo Lincoln is also aiming to grow into new property markets, including energy conservation, education and insurance repairs.
Formed in 2003, the company, based at Witham Point on the Allenby Industrial Estate, conducts reactive and planned maintenance on residential properties on behalf of local authority and social landlords.
Jim Ward, managing director at Meddo Lincoln said: “The continued growth of our business has been hugely pleasing, making us a significant employer and an increasingly visible and recognisable company across not only around the Lincoln area, but the whole county and now large parts of South Yorkshire.
“Our client base includes a range of local authorities, as well as the University of Lincoln and public and private sector housing and property organisations, but we are now aiming to build upon the work we do and enter new markets to continue driving the business forward.”
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Recognition PR Business Team .
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