Bondholder specialist quantity surveying experts, Armsons, have celebrated their 45th anniversary.
Over the past five decades, the business has expanded its service offering considerably in keeping with the changing requirements of both clients and the construction industry.
Over the years, the firm has been involved in a series of award-winning schemes, including the transformation of the historic Roundhouse on Pride Park into a £51m engineering, technology and construction campus for Derby College; Glasshouse College – Ruskin Mill Trust, an FE College for young people with special learning needs, housed in the former Royal Doulton glass-factory in Stourbridg's Glass Quarter and the 400 Hall, a state of the art flexible performance theatre for Repton Hall School.
Speaking of the company’s 45th anniversary, Michael Armson said: “Looking back over the years, it’s clear that the company owes it longevity and continued growth to our team-based approach and commitment to our clients.
“As well as recruitment and retention of the highest calibre of staff, we work hard to establish a long-term relationship with clients.
“We employ people with extensive experience in their respective areas, who come together to share their skills and knowledge, which adds value to our service offering.
“We’ve always been committed to the continuing professional development of all staff, enabling them to reach their full potential. This enables us to provide all our clients with a consistently first-class service and achieve the most cost-effective delivery of their project objectives.”
Armsons now deliver a range of core services, including project management, construction cost management and building surveying, to a diverse client base across a broad spectrum of sectors - including commercial, industrial, civil engineering, residential, healthcare, retail, sports and leisure, education and heritage.