Bristol highways maintenance and waste management firm ETM Group has invested £1m in new premises as part of a major expansion.
The family-run company has celebrated a record-breaking year by completing a deal for the new base on Hartcliffe Way.
The new premises will be completely refurbished to be used as the new head office as the company has outgrown its existing building.
Earlier in the year ETM completed a £4m investment on a new recycling facility in Ashton Vale, which is designed to allow the company to further increase waste operations and provide more space for the established highways maintenance division.
The new site will also allow the company to create new jobs across its divisions as another year of growth is forecast.
Amy McCormack, ETM’s Commercial Director, said: “ETM has had an excellent year with turnover now exceeding £21m; acquiring this new premises is essential to continue the rapid growth of our group of companies.
“We want to create a thriving environment for our teams, so a complete refurbishment will be undertaken.
“This new site will allow us to meet the growing demand for our waste management and highways services throughout the group.”