Bromak opens new HQ after record financial year
Built environment recruitment
Bromak has opened a new headquarters in Bolton to double its office space and house 20 employees who specialise exclusively in built environment recruitment.
Bromak works with organisations such as FHM, Three Valley's Housing, ISG, Eric Wright, Bramall, Mears, Bovis, Bullock and Interserve offering temporary and permanent recruitment services.
This includes trades and labour, site management and engineering staff for site and office-based commercial, planning and administrative staff.
This year, the business has posted successful financial results with a turnover of GBP7 million, up 20 per cent on the previous year with profit growth of 40 per cent.
The company, founded in 2003, employs 30 people and is looking towards further expansion.
Bromak has specialist consultants servicing a number of different construction sectors such as social housing, building services, civil engineering, education, house-building and shop-fitting.
Bromak works with private and public sector organisations across the UK from its offices in Sheffield, Cannock and the new head office in Bolton.
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