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Stroma Group expands Approved Inspector services

  • 5 May 2016

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Stroma Group Ltd has completed the acquisition of established Building Control service providers BBS Building Control Ltd and Approved Design Consultancy Limited

press_07Having previously acquired the Greendoor Building Control & Specialist Services Limited, the three businesses will now become one of the largest independent Approved Inspectors in the UK as part of the Stroma Compliance division.

BBS, Approved Design and Greendoor have more than 40 years experience providing Approved Inspector services with a national coverage. The three companies will form an extensive Building Control Division within the Stroma Group. 

By expanding its Building Control division, Stroma can now improve the range of services it offers clients backed by increased expertise. 

Stroma co-founder and CEO Matthew Ferguson commented: “I am delighted to announce these new additions to the Stroma Group and I welcome the experience that the staff of BBS and Approved Design are bringing into the Group. 

As the three businesses become one of the largest groups of independent Approved Inspectors in the country, our customers can call on an expansive service catalogue and an exciting, dynamic new division in the Building Control sector. Alongside Greendoor, the acquisitions of BBS and Approved Design will place Stroma at the forefront of Building Control service provision for many years to come.”

Contact:

Stroma
4 Pioneer Way,
Castleford
West Yorkshire
WF10 5QU

0845 621 11 11

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