A West Midlands company which has contributed to some of the biggest buildings in the country has found a new home of its own.
Metal Protectives has moved to the new Cobalt Centre after almost 50 years based in Warwick.
The company, which coats architectural metalwork, has produced items for Wembley, the new Arsenal football ground and the Millennium Stadium.
It had been based in Cape Road in Warwick but its parent company, Coventry-based Precious Metal Depositors, sold the site for redevelopment.
MPL's move means the Cobalt Centre is fully occupied and has attracted around 100 jobs to the town. Gary Noonan, an MPL director, said the new complex, by Cobalt Developments of Stratford, had improved efficiency and working conditions.
"We employ around 40 staff and were able move completely over one weekend, thereby continuing production. The new complex is on a single storey and meets our needs perfectly.
"All our staff have moved with us and I think everyone is relishing the new surroundings." Tom Bromwich of property agents Evans Hardy Bromwich, said such developments were vital to help firms expand.
"It is crucial that an area such as mid and South Warwickshire can offer growing companies somewhere to relocate without them having to leave the area."