Monday, July 14, 2008

News: Rotherham engineering firm set to expand


The Chamber reports on the expansion plans by leading engineering firm, Newburgh which includes the construction of a 35,000 sq ft production facility adjacent to its existing plant in Templeborough, Rotherham. The company, which employs 110 staff in Rotherham and 30 staff in its Bradwell facilty, has contracts with long-term partners in the nuclear, oil and gas, petrochemical, aerospace and power generation industries. The building has been designed by Bond Bryan Architects and construction is being carried out by JF Finnegan and will enable the company to double its production capabilities. Vincent Middleton, managing director of Newburgh Engineering, explains: “This is a really exciting time for our business. We recognised several months ago that we would soon outgrow our existing premises and so the new production facility is vital to support our continued growth and expansion. The new purpose-built premises will enable us to strengthen our position as one of the leading high precision engineering businesses in the UK. We expect to create many new jobs over the coming months and the factory expansion will enable us to do this as well as to provide our customers with an even more responsive service.” The building is due for completion in October 2008 and over the next few months, the company plans to create at least a dozen new jobs.
The Chamber article
Yorkshire Post article


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