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Bardsley sees 10m turnover boost

North West contractor, Bardsley has posted turnover figures of £64 million for the year ending June 2007, a growth of 20 per cent on the year before.

The Greater Manchester-based firm has profited from its involvement in a number of long-term Partnering Framework Agreements - a combined workload of £1.1 billion for housing association consortia through the Riverside, Great Places and Plus Housing Group frameworks - which has boosted the company’s forward order book.

The company had set ambitious targets for a minimum 15 per cent year-on-year turnover growth and a 14 per cent annual increase in profitability. With a forward order book of £50 million for 2008 and £30 million already secured for 2009, the board are confident that these forecasts are achievable, as their average contract value has gone from £1.2 million in 2002 to £4.4 million in 2008.

The company recently won the National Business Award for North West Business of The Year.