A construction firm was so pleased with one of its projects that it has decided to move in.
National maintenance and build experts Rok has relocated to a new base at Pavilion House in Tournament Court, Warwick – a building the company constructed itself under its previous guise of Sol Construction.
The company, which was previously based just two miles away on the Coventry Road, decided to relocate its 30-strong workforce to the two-storey 3,063 sq ft building where it hopes to continue its growth.
Hania Knox, business development executive at Rok, said: “The layout of these new offices suits our needs much more than our previous location – they also project a professional image to our clients.
“It was not really possible for us to alter the internal set-up at our old building so moving to these offices resolved all of our issues.
“We are always looking to expand our workforce when opportunities present themselves and we have the capacity to do that here at Tournament Court.”
Two Leamington based property firms – Wareing & Company and EHB Commercial – arranged the deal to move Rok to Tournament Court
Paul Ludlow, of Tournament Fields developer Sackville Developments Ltd, said: “It really is a homecoming for Rok, and pleasing that we have been able to help attract a company of Rok’s stature to the site.
“It is a ringing endorsement of the quality of the development at Tournament Court and we are sure they will be very happy here.”