EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES: New Orders Put Firms on Growth Trail
Byline: By John Revill Business Staff
Two Warwickshire construction firms are on the growth trail after winning substantial new contracts.
Ashford, which employs 150 people at its base in Coleshill has taken on a raft of new recruits to help it fulfil more than pounds 6 million of new orders.
Meanwhile Willmott Dixon - which also has an office in the town - has landed additional work valued at pounds 11 million from Sandwell Council.
The firm yesterday confirmed that it had been appointed to build a new school and modernise a second in the Black Country borough.
The largest project is Summerhill Primary School in Tipton, costing pounds …
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