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Bromak posts 10m turnover

Bromak posts &pound10m turnover

Built environment recruitment and training consultancy Bromak has posted an 11 per cent increase in turnover to more than &pound10m in the last financial year, the company has announced.

Bromak, headquartered in Bolton, reports growth through new services, expansion into Liverpool and increased business in the Midlands region with a rising demand for temporary management and professional staff.

Dave Brooks, managing director of Bromak, said: “Our strategy involves offering new services to clients including training and expanding our territories. Some of our clients do appear to be getting busier and we are upbeat about the future.

“We have recently opened an office in the north east and we see opportunities in the south east for us as the expansion continues.”

The company has developed a Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) accredited training business, Bromak Training Ltd, and forecasts sales of around &pound500,000 over the next year in that area of the business.

Meanwhile, Labour Trades Limited, a specialist civil engineering recruiter merged with Bromak in 2012 and Bromak Civils Solutions (BCS) has been formed as a specialist division of Bromak. It expects to achieve sales of between &pound1.5m and &pound2m over the next 12 months.

BCS will service clients involved in quarrying, landfill, highways construction & maintenance, power and utilities projects.

Dave Brooks added: “We intend to expand our training team further in 2013 as we continue to develop the range of courses, accreditations and apprenticeship opportunities we offer to our existing and new clients.”

Bromak, which works with major UK contractors, developers, local authorities and housing associations, is the only recruitment consultancy in its sector accredited to deliver Construction Skills training.

Bromak has recruitment offices and training facilities in Bolton, Liverpool, Sheffield, Durham and Lichfield.


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