Affectionately known as Greendoor, the company has operated within the Building Control sector for over 12 years.
With an extensive portfolio and client base, Greendoor has worked on both large scale commercial and smaller domestic projects.
Delivering services to homeowners, agents and landlords, as well as architectural practices and surveyors, the company is the first addition to Stroma since the group’s management buyout last year.
Although Stroma works across the built environment, specialising in the certification, compliance and energy sectors, it has recently expanded to provide software solutions for mobile workers.
It will continue to grow with Greendoor: the company’s experience and national coverage will form the basis of a new Building Control division, which will operate alongside Stroma’s existing Certification, Technology and Software divisions.
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