Facilities management firm, Avrenim, has today announced a number of new healthcare, commercial and green energy project wins across the UK, with the contract values totalling in excess of £3.25m in quarter one. Avrenim has also announced rising revenues from £12m in 2022 to £17.1m in 2023.
Avrenim is a leading provider of people orientated facilities management, consultancy and design, and project delivery, specialising in regulated environments and renewables.
Recent projects include work with East Cheshire NHS Trust worth over £230,000 for refurbishment and repurposing works to patient wards. On the Wirral Avrenim secured a repurposing project worth over £350,000 to create four new treatment rooms, as well as additional projects with Warrington and Halton NHS Trust and Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport, which saw Avrenim implement a robust fire door replacement programme and fire door inspection reports. Avrenim has also been awarded in excess of £900,000 worth of solar energy projects across the UK to be completed by the end of July 2023 ranging from large scale manufacturing to high rise accommodation.
Established in 2018, Avrenim is a fast growing business, with ambitious plans to expand its services and customer base regionally over the next two years. It has created 50 jobs since it began operations.
To help navigate this growth, the firm has recruited engineers, designers and project managers, plus made additions to its senior leadership team. Jan Hazelkamp has joined as Head of Engineering & Design, Lee Rowlinson as Head of Renewables and Vicky Willis as Head of Finance.
Simon Harris, CEO, Avrenim, said:
“Avrenim’s success has been a result of our teams’ hard work, dedication and commitment to driving quality standards, and being solution-focussed and agile to the needs of our clients and stakeholders.
“We are encouraged by the outcomes of quarter one – it is a great start to the year and a real testimony to the team. It further demonstrates our ambitions to expand our services and customer base in the market with a solid foundation in healthcare and renewable energy sectors over the next two years.”