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Hebburn-based Castle celebrates £53m revenue boost ahead of Leeds expansion

A Hebburn-based building services contractor is celebrating after securing around £53m in new contracts over the last 12 months.

The deals, ranging from £2m to £13m in value, will see Castle Building Services Organisation expand its UK office network.

The company has launched new bases in Manchester and Edinburgh to take its network to four offices, with plans for a fifth in Leeds.

Castle confirmed it is currently in the process of looking for suitable accommodation in the West Yorkshire city.

The firm said its new contracts have start dates in 2019 and 2020 and span the higher education, commercial, residential and hotel and leisure sectors.

Castle commercial director Andrew Dawson said: “We have had a busy time of late concentrating our efforts on winning work and setting up our new offices in direct response to continued demand from existing clients that we consider to be our key partners, as well as new clients looking to work with us.

“Our model has allowed us to scale up operations while ensuring that there is spare capacity to respond to an increase in the flow of work.”

He continued: “This is a very exciting time for everyone at Castle as we approach the £40m turnover mark and continue to build trusted local supply chain partners and create employment opportunities at all levels within the company including trainee roles. “

Castle marked its 15th anniversary in 2018.

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