Solihull business goes from strength to strength - The Solihull Observer

Solihull business goes from strength to strength

Solihull Editorial 28th Aug, 2022   0

A BUILDING services consultancy founded just after the first lockdown is set to accelerate its growth after moving into its first permanent offices.

Ingeniare, founded by Lee and Jessica Gwilliams in April 2020, has signed a lease on offices at Blythe Valley Innovation Centre in Solihull – part of the University of Warwick Science Park – after growing its client base and establishing itself in the industry.

The company works with end-users, developers, contractors and architects to design all the internal systems of a building, such as the electrics, air conditioning, heating, ventilation systems, and much more.

Jessica said: “In the last 12 months we have delivered some interesting and high-profile projects.

“We are thinking strategically over the next three to five years if there is scope for us to expand into other disciplines and even take the business international.”

Lee added: “It’s the little things about Blythe Valley Innovation Centre that have helped us since we moved in.

“We’re confident we’re in the right place to take Ingeniare to the next level, and we’re looking forward to working on some really exciting projects in the near future.”

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