Due to ongoing expansion and contract wins across England, leading contractor Henry Brothers is opening a new office in Manchester, enabling the contractor to grow its operations across the Northern Region.

Henry Brothers has recently been appointed for the £12 million refurbishment of The University of Manchester’s Chemistry Building to create flexible lab space, purpose-built write-up spaces, break-out areas, and offices.

As a result of the expansion, the company Henry Brothers Midlands Ltd will now operate as Henry Brothers Construction Ltd going forward, suitably reflecting the growing presence of the business, which also includes moving its existing office in the Midlands to larger premises in Nottingham.

Henry Brothers Construction Ltd is part of The Henry Group, which comprises of a number of manufacturing and construction sector companies, ranging from external construction through to interiors fit out.

Led by Managing Director Ian Taylor, Henry Brothers Construction Ltd has cemented itself as market leader in the construction industry following the establishment of the Midlands based business in 2015.

Ian commented:

“Over the last number of years, Henry Brothers has raised the bar for construction in the Midlands and beyond, developing its portfolio of clients across a range of sectors including education, defence, blue light, and healthcare.

“Our clients will continue to work with the same team that they trust to deliver the highest quality of service and innovation with the benefit of added convenience and enhanced on the ground support.”

“This is a natural and exciting next step for us, allowing us to build on our proven track-record and deliver inspiring, innovative, and great value projects across the UK.”

In addition to various ongoing builds, Henry Brothers is currently on eight frameworks including the Pagabo Major Works Framework, Crown Commercial Service’s Construction works and associated services 2/Procure23 (P23) Framework alliance to provide design and construction services to NHS capital projects in the East and West Midlands, and the Department for Education’s 2021 Construction Framework for projects from £6m to £12m for the East of England.