EvaBuild accelerates growth as turnover tops £4.5million


One of Wales’ fastest growing construction companies has increased turnover by more than 30 per cent in the last year.

EvaBuild has seen revenues increase to £4.5million from the previous year’s £3.2million in the year to the end of June.

The number of staff has also risen in the past 12 months from 21 to 31.

To coincide with the latest financial performance, the company has unveiled a fresh brand identity and website.

EvaBuild was founded in 2011 by Managing Director Nick Evans. In 2015, it won the Fast Growth 50 award for being the fastest growing business in Wales.

The firm, which is headquartered in Newtown, carries out civil engineering, construction and groundworks projects for public sector and private sector organisations in England and Wales.

It specialises in groundworks for modular and traditional building works.

Nick said: “We have had a fantastic 12 months culminating in year-on-year growth of over 30 per cent and the addition of 10 new people to the EvaBuild team.

“We are passionate about finding great new people to join our team whether it is a young apprentice looking for a break or a more experienced project manager. All of them receive the best possible training and opportunities to grow as our business grows.

“We have seen a step-change in the quality of contracts we have secured in the past couple of years and are now working with some household names in a number of sectors including education and healthcare.

“We have further significant plans for growth over the coming years and felt that the time was right to unveil a new brand identity and company website which will support us in the next stage of our expansion.”

EvaBuild has also just achieved the prestigious ISO 14001 accreditation, the international standard for an effective environmental management system.

Nick added: “We put customer service and having the right systems and processes at the very core of everything we do at EvaBuild.

“We work around our clients, whether a busy hospital or a school during term time, to minimise noise, dirt and disruption. This approach has enabled us to gain a large proportion of our business through recommendations.”


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