£30 million worth of contracts have been secured by Leeds-based Castlehouse Construction as the firm enters the new financial year.
This represents a 230% increase on the firm’s order book at the same time last year.
The new instructions include three new projects for national retailer Lidl, with whom Castlehouse Construction has a national framework in place; an Aldi in Bradford; a 20 apartment scheme in Harrogate, and an office refurbishment in Leeds.
The orders see the firm’s projected turnover for its tenth year sit at some £35 million which represents a significant increase on the £20 million turnover achieved in 2018/19.
“To have £30 million worth of instructions in our order book as we move into the next financial year is a huge achievement for the business and cements Castlehouse as a leading player in Yorkshire’s construction industry,” said Chairman Richard Lumley.
“We are incredibly proud to be in this position in our tenth year of trading and it is a true testament to the hard work of the whole team and the strong relationships we have worked hard to build with our clients over the last decade.”