Bromak opens Watford office as network grows
23rd July 2013
Built environment recruitment and training specialist Bromak is to open a new centre in the South of England, as part of its continued period of growth.The new centre, in Watford, enables Bromak to provide on-the-ground support for a number of its larger national clients, including Mears, Lovell, Bovis, Keepmoat and Wates.
Dave Brooks, managing director of Bromak, said: “This new base is the perfect location for us to deliver operations for our key clients in and around London. It also expands Bromak’s influence further across the UK.
“We are further expanding our training team as we continue to develop the range of courses, accreditations and apprenticeship opportunities we offer to our existing and new clients.”
“Our new centres in Durham and Watford send a real signal to the market that we are growing a network and are able to deliver for our clients regardless of where they are based.”
Bromak now boasts an office network which includes locations in Liverpool, Sheffield, Lichfield and Bolton, along with the recently-opened centre in Durham.
The new Watford centre will be led by Carla Lamb, 25, who is being promoted from her current role as a consultant at the company’s Liverpool office.
Dave added: “Carla is the perfect person for the role. She is ambitious, bright and articulate, and we are certain our clients will find her easy to work with.
“As a company, we like to promote from within if we can. In Carla, we have somebody with recognisable talent and have given her the platform to achieve great things with us.”
Carla, from Liverpool, said: “It is an exciting time for Bromak. I’ve seen in my time here how the business has grown, and I am proud to be able to contribute to the next stage of its development.”
This year has been a successful year for Bromak, which recently posted its most successful financial results to date, with a turnover of £10 million, up 11 per cent on the previous year. The company, founded in 2003, employs 40 people and is looking towards further expansion.Go Back