An expanding Solihull-based security specialist has notched its first ever win in the East Midlands after investing to expand its premises.
Integrity Security Group, which employs 120 people at its Highfield Road facility, secured a £250,000 contract to supply cleaning, facilities and security services to Nottingham Wholesale Fruit and Flower Market.
Four people have already been taken on to work specifically on the project, with the possibility of more to come as part of a concerted campaign to secure new clients in Derby, Leicester, Northampton and Nottingham.
The latest deal marks an exciting year for the firm, which has seen it acquire Roscot Security in the Black Country, treble the size of its offices and post a 75 per cent growth in annual sales.
Director Will Adams said: “The aim now is to build on this initial success and aggressively go after more market opportunities across both the East and West Midlands. To achieve this we have already spent £100,000 on extending our premises, new vehicles and IT infrastructure.”
Established in 2008, Integrity provides bespoke security services including manned guarding, mobile patrols and event security.
Tony Turner, managing director at Integrity, continued: “The last 12 months have seen us grow at an exciting rate, now we can face the future with a confidence and pursue even more contracts while still maintaining our reputation for high quality.”