Redditch-based architects BBLB are targeting further growth following agreement on a new funding package with the Royal Bank of Scotland.
BBLB, which also has a base in Bridgnorth, operates in a number of markets such as office facilities, industrial development, housing schemes, leisure complexes and public buildings.
Nigel Lomas, partner at BBLB, said: "We are pushing through a number of ambitious plans in 2005. Earlier this year we announced that we had become a limited liability partnership and now we have restructured our financial base to expand the company further.
"We have worked on a number of projects across the West Midlands recently and we continue to attract new commissions to the practice on the back of the quality of our work. Therefore we have decided we need to push the business forward and by securing this new level of financial backing we are now in the best position possible to push forward that with our plans."
The sum was not disclosed. Andy Ball, associate director for business development at Royal Bank of Scotland, said: "BBLB have worked on a number of key projects across the region over the last couple of years and have established themselves as a practice that can deliver across a number of property disciplines.
"We are pleased to be working with them at an ambitious and important time of their development." BBLB employs more than 50 professional and technical staff.
They are the designers of the spectacular Orion building, alongside interior designer John Rocha, which is being developed by Crosby Homes and currently under construction in Birmingham city centre.
Other projects include CV Central in Coventry that earned a Coventry Design Award, and Albion Mill, Wolverhampton - the restoration and conversion of a listed 19th century mill.