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07.01.2019, 10:18

B38 Acquires Woods Building Maintenance

Outsourced contracting and facility services provider B38 Group has acquired Leeds based Woods Building Maintenance Limited.

 

B38 Group provides commercial hard and soft facilities management services to private sector clients and works with a growing number of blue-chip organisations. B38 Group has successfully acquired Leeds based Woods Building Maintenance Ltd extending its ability to self-deliver mechanical and electrical building services across the Yorkshire area.  Woods Building Maintenance was founded by Jordan Woods in 2011 and has grown revenues in excess of £1.5 million per annum. 

 

Richard Phillips, co-founder of B38 Group, said: “Acquiring the Woods business furthers our already strong foothold in the Yorkshire region and gives us the ability to offer clients a higher degree of self-delivery and thus a higher level of service. We are pleased to be working with Jordan Woods and look forward to our continued relationship as Jordan joins the team as Head of Operations”. 

 

Headquartered in Wakefield, B38 Group’s revenues being just shy of £15 million continues to work towards its goal of becoming one of the most highly regarded privately owned hard services maintenance companies in the country. The company has been particularly successful in tendering mechanical & electrical contracts over the last financial quarter having secured several new contracts worth in excess of £12 million over contract lifespan. 

 

The business plans to move its headquarter operations in February 2019 to a the Marchant Gate development in central Wakefield and expand its depot and regional office reach across the country thereafter. 

 

Operating in the hard and soft facilities services fields, B38 Group supply a range of managed facilities and property services to a unique and global client base across the retail, manufacturing & logistics, corporate, education and healthcare sectors. Further B38 Group clients include; Nationwide Building Society, Virgin Group, Cromwell and various NHS Primary Care Trusts.

 

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