Enzygo relocates to new HQ at Sheffield’s Fox Valley development
Enzygo, the specialist environmental consultants, has relocated to a new office premises at north Sheffield’s Fox Valley development.
The company has offices in Bristol and Manchester as well as the headquarters which is now based in a brand new 2,392 sq. ft. office at Samuel House, which is part of the £50m Fox Valley development.
Twenty members of staff are working from the company’s new Fox Valley premises headed by director Matt Travis.
The move is a key part of Enzygo’s plans to expand and grow. Founded in 2007, the company now employs more than 35 people with clients across the UK.
Enzygo specialises in helping companies deliver major developments and infrastructure projects. The team at Fox Valley specialise in areas ranging from flood risk assessment and noise assessment to landscape management and environmental impact assessments as well as hydrogeological/geotechnical and contamination services.
The company works with major national and international firms including Persimmon Homes and SITA as well as Whitbread and Peel Holdings.
Matt said: “Sheffield is our largest office and we are definitely looking to expand and grow from our new premises here at Fox Valley. This is a fantastic location for us not only to build on our client base locally but also to access the wider region and the companies we work with right across the UK.”
Samuel House is named after Samuel Fox who first founded a steelworks in Stocksbridge and patented the paragon umbrella frame.
As well as brand new, high specification office space, the Fox Valley development is delivering around 32 new retail, café and restaurant units bringing a wide range of national retailers as well as independent stores to Fox Valley.
A new 600 space town centre car park and landscaped peace gardens area are also part of the scheme. Fox Valley retail will open in June this year.
Dave Hale, development surveyor at Dransfield Properties, added: “Enzygo is a fantastic local company and we are delighted they have chosen Fox Valley for the location for their new Sheffield offices.
“The company has some exciting plans for the future and we wish them all the very best here at Fox Valley.”
Dransfield Properties has received an investment of £8,111,040 from the Yorkshire and Humber ERDF Programme 2007- 2013, which is managed by the Department for Communities and Local Government to bring forward the Fox Valley project.
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