London engineer celebrates her business hitting £2m turnover

Roni Savage

Engineer Roni Savage is celebrating her business Jomas Associates reaching a £2m turnover.

Roni who lives in Hillingdon, started her engineering and environmental consultancy at the age of 29, after making the decision to go it alone.

Prior to launching she had a successful career working for small to medium, as well as large international engineering consultancies.

She was involved in projects across the UK, including the widening of major roads such as the A406 and M25.

Roni comments: “When I set up Jomas, my goal was to turn over £50,000 and deliver great customer service and high-quality work to a small selection of clients working on my own.

“Through referrals and by following my vision of providing a customer focused service, I was able to generate revenues of just over £200,000 in that first year. Since then we have grown on average, 30% annually.”

Roni’s team work with land developers including residential, commercial and industrial developers, local authorities and government bodies.

They undertake investigations into ground conditions, support engineering design and carry out land contamination assessments and reclamation of brownfield/derelict sites.

Following its £2 million turnover milestone, Roni is aiming for 50 per cent growth this year, both in turnover and staff numbers.

Jomas Associates HQ is based in Stockley Park, West London. The team also work across the UK from their other bases in Swindon, Manchester and Kent.