Ex­pand­ing Auc­tus gets new of­fices

Birmingham Post - - COMMERCIAL PROPERTY -

A SPE­CIAL­IST in­fra­struc­ture ser­vices provider has opened a new 10,000 sq ft op­er­a­tion in As­ton.

Auc­tus Man­age­ment Group, along with its sub­sidiaries INFRA Skills and RSS In­fra­struc­ture, has made the move to Gee Busi­ness Cen­tre fol­low­ing a pe­riod of sig­nif­i­cant growth.

The firm, which won the pro­fes­sional ser­vices cat­e­gory at the Birm­ing­ham Post Busi­ness Awards last year, spe­cialises in rail in­fra­struc­ture such as over­head line elec­tri­fi­ca­tion, veg­e­ta­tion man­age­ment and level cross­ings as well as de­liv­er­ing train­ing and ap­pren­tice­ships.

Richard Toy, chief ex­ec­u­tive of Auc­tus Man­age­ment Group, said: “This move rep­re­sents an ex­cit­ing new devel­op­ment for us.

“This an­nounce­ment fol­lows a series of busi­ness high­lights which in­clude the ac­qui­si­tion of Car­il­lion Weld­ing and sav­ing 65 jobs, de­liv­er­ing the UK’s first level 3 ‘Trail­blazer’ ap­pren­tice­ship scheme and be­ing ap­pointed a Mid­land Metro Al­liance part­ner.

“We have now reached a mile­stone of over 100 em­ploy­ees.

“These new of­fices will pro­vide us with the space we need to ac­com­mo­date our grow­ing team of ex­perts to bet­ter sup­port our clients as we move to de­velop new part­ner­ships.”

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