Sunday, December 4, 2022

Windows specialist set to expand after securing £250k

A Sheffield company which specialises in replacing windows in historic buildings has secured a £250,000 loan from NPIF – Mercia Debt Finance, which is managed by Mercia and is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF), to fund new contract wins.

Nueco Group provides bespoke windows, glazing and heritage facades and is one of only a handful of companies which manages the entire process from design and supply to installation.

Nueco was founded in 2019 by Tom Gibbons, a quantity surveyor who previously worked with large construction companies including Henry Boot, after spotting a gap in the market for a firm that could provide an end-to-end service to save time and make the entire process much easier for main contractors. 

The company is chaired by David Grey MBE, the former Master Cutler and founder of OSL Group. It now employs ten staff and also has an office in London where much of its work is located. Nueco has worked on projects including London’s Spitalfields Market, Wymott Prison in Lancashire and the Springfield Hospital redevelopment project in London.

The loan will provide additional working capital to fund new projects and enable it to create five new jobs in the year ahead.

Tom Gibbons, founder and Managing Director, said: “The funding will make a huge difference to Nueco Group – allowing us to continue on our exciting growth path. It means we can take on more projects and, most importantly, more staff.”

Andy Tyas of Mercia added: “Nueco is one of the few specialists in its field and has grown rapidly since it was founded less than three years ago. Access to funding is critical for companies in the construction sector. The loan will give it the headroom it requires to be able to take on new and bigger projects and continue its expansion.”

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