As a result of significant company growth, Reynaers has surpassed the size of its existing Birmingham-based office and warehouse facilities.
The company is moving its operations to a new headquarters in Longbridge, as part of a major £6 million investment.
It has purchased and redesigned an existing building; work on an extension is currently underway, alongside a comprehensive refit and refurbishment of the establishment’s interiors. When completed, the purpose-built premises will provide Reynaers with double the space it currently occupies, enabling greater stock holding.
A number of recreational spaces – such as breakout areas, a canteen and a gym – will be available, in addition to a communal, landscaped garden. To allow for future expansion, more than double the amount of office space will be provide to accommodate more staff.
The new facility has been designed to showcase Reynaers’ aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling products. The building envelope will feature the company’s new Hi-Finity corner solution, Structurally Clamped curtain wall and parallel opening windows.
A dedicated showroom will house the company’s commercial, trade and high-end domestic products. Three meeting rooms and conference facilities will provide space for approximately 75 people; a Training Centre, complete with an installation rig, will also be fitted.
111 Hollymoor Way,
Tel: +44 (0)121 421 1999
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111 Hollymoor Way,
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