Morecrofts prepared for bumper year

With £10 million worth of electrical work already in the pipeline for 2019, Bondholder Morecrofts has secured further contracts this year to increase this by 20% with a number of large projects in the Midlands & South East as well as £3 million of new works for 2020

Current projects include works for Iceland Foods - £1.8 Million, Greggs - £900k, 2 large secondary schools for the ESFA - £2 Million, Peri UK in Essex - £1.2 Million, Foundation Park in Berkshire - £1.2 Million, Nottingham Trent Uni - £700k, Lubbesthorpe School - £450k as well as a number of other high-quality schemes.

These will see company annual turnover increase this year to around £13 million.

Recent contract additions include the design and installation of the electrical services to a large office block in Central London with a value of £2.75 Million, a contract to provide electrical services during the extension of a warehouse for Heineken in Manchester worth £250,000 and the design and installation of electrical services during the extension and new build section of the new Bow Primary School in East London at a value of £800,000.

Following its success Morecrofts continues to support local talented tennis player, Jay Clarke.

Jay is 20 years old and from Normanton, Derby. He is currently the British number four player and ranked 160 in the World. Morecrofts is delighted to sponsor him as he aims for a place in the World Top 100 Tennis Players.