Lincolnshire architects achieves 42% turnover increase

Architecture, sports and leisure firm, LK2 has exceeded its expectations with a 42% increase in turnover this year, following an increased demand for the firm’s services, increased staff numbers and the opening of its London office in April.

The company, which celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, has welcomed eight new employees as well as the introduction of a marketing team, created to assist the continued growth of the business.

Managing director, Dale Lui said: “2015 marked LK2’s 20th anniversary, so we were keen to utilise our strong client list and make strategic progress across the board. This year we’ve seen significant strides into our expanding niche market, which is a positive step forward for us.

“Throughout the year we have continued to build solid relationships with the Football Association and Sport England and we have been rapidly growing across our architecture and sport and leisure disciplines.

“Our new London presence and number of new instructions, have helped us to forge stronger links with London Borough Councils and we will be continuing our ambitious plans for growth into next year.

“We are already focusing on 2016 as we continue to expand, with key positions being advertised at both London and our head office in Lincoln.”