Construction specialist HMM Mechanical and Building Services is transforming its headquarters with the help of grant funding.
Daily Focus previously reported that the firm, based on Chemical Lane, Longbridge Hayes, Stoke-on-Trent, was looking to increase its workforce by 25 per cent and invest in new technology.
Now it has received a £10,000 match funding grant from Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub, which is being used to create office space and further improve the rest of its premises.
Executive Director Chris Holland explained that the new facilities will not only provide an enhanced working environment for the team but also boost collaboration, innovation and overall operational efficiency.
He said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this grant from the Stoke and Staffordshire Growth Hub.
“This investment will enable us to create a modern and versatile office space that aligns with our growth plans. We are committed to delivering exceptional services to our clients, and this grant empowers us to expand our capabilities and continue our upward trajectory.”
Family-run HMM specialises in plumbing, electrical, heating, cooling and all aspects of building work.
They have also commissioned a one-stop-shop business app, being built by Crewe-based Trinity Create – who have also been brought in to provide sales and marketing services to help with the growth expansion.
The Stoke and Staffordshire Growth Hub, supports small and medium-sized enterprises, providing grants ranging from £1,000 to £10,000.
These are specifically designed to assist SMEs, employing fewer than 250 people, with projects and investments that contribute to business expansion and capital investments, including construction and fittings associated with premises expansion.
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