A motorsport engineering company is accelerating to further expansion thanks to a new home.
Induction Technology Group, which manufactures and distributes high performance air filters mainly for the autosport industry, is moving to a bespoke headquarters on the Middemarch Business Park in Coventry.
Deeley Construction is creating a new office and workshop complex for the firm which is moving from the Seven Stars Industrial Estate.
ITG, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, is owned by engineer and businessman Jonathan Douglas and will share a site with his firm JE Engineering, which is renowned for producing high performance Land Rovers.
The two companies will employ around 30 people on the joint site.
Mr Douglas said: “ITG has gone from strength to strength in recent years. It specialises in boosting the performance and protection of engines through its filter technology and has posted several years of impressive growth,
“The time is right to move to a purpose-built office and workshop which will allow it to further develop the products and maintain the service which has been equally key in its success.”
ITG products are used in F1, 24 hour Daytona Grand AM Championship, British Touring Car Championship, Le Mans and the Japanese Super GT Championship.
It has a network of more than 250 customers in 27 countries supplying its products.
Martin Gallagher, managing director of Deeley Construction, which won the job in competitive tender, said: “We operate right across the UK but it is always really pleasing to work with Coventry and Warwickshire firms which are proving successful in their fields.
“Automotive industries are a very strong part of the local and regional economy and ITG is clearly a part of that.
“We hope the new complex we are creating will prove a springboard to further success.”
The job is expected to be completed in December.