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Added on: 18th July, 2017 by alison_37429
Tue, 18 July 2017
Cleanroom and laboratory design and construction specialist, Boulting Environmental Services (BES) has won the trophy for Business of the Year with turnover above £5 million at the Rochdale Business Awards.
Cleanroom and laboratory design and construction specialist, Boulting Environmental Services (BES) has won the trophy for Business of the Year with turnover above £5 million at the Rochdale Business Awards. The awards took place at the Rochdale Town Hall on November 4, 2016. BES was commended for its growth, employee development and overall business performance.
Boulting Environmental Services excels in the design and construction of cleanrooms, laboratories and other sophisticated environments. Working with major British and international life sciences and pharmaceutical clients, BES provides a full range of services from front-end design and consultancy through to construction, commissioning and validation.
Despite its national reach, Boulting Environmental Services is committed to supporting the Greater Manchester area. The Rochdale Business Awards celebrate and recognise the successes and achievements of businesses in the Rochdale borough. The annual event is now in its sixth year and is sponsored by local businesses with all proceeds from the night going to Springhill Hospice. Boulting Environmental Services won the final award of the night - Business of the Year, which was sponsored by NatWest.
“We have been based in the borough of Rochdale for twelve years now,” explained Gary Horrocks, business development manager at Boulting Environmental Services. “During that time, BES has grown to become a UK leader in the design and construction of sophisticated environmental facilities. We have expanded from a team of 48 in 2013 to over 100 people in 2016, creating a large number of jobs in the region.
“BES intends to invest more time and financial resources into improving the profile and reputation of the borough and supporting the community through work with local schools, fundraising initiatives and hiring local school leavers,” added Horrocks. “BES will continue to invest in its employees’ personal development and train apprentices to graduate level, ensuring a pipeline of talent committed to delivering the company’s projects to the highest standard.”
For more information on Boulting Environmental Services visit: http://www.besltd.org/