A civil engineering business in West Lindsey is set to grow its workforce after relocating its businesses, to Riverside Enterprise Park.
O’Boyle Engineering moved to the site in Saxilby just over a year ago.
Managing Director, Rob O’Boyle said the location and the quality of the business park has resulted in ‘more business prospects’.
He said: “We are very happy here – it has been a good move! Being on a site such as Riverside Enterprise Park, you get to know people and build up your contacts.
“We’re now looking to employ more people and even invest in some apprentices now that we have a proper base, we are so happy with the build!”
O’Boyle Civil Engineering Ltd is a groundworks civil engineering company that was incorporated over 25 years. It carries out all types of civil engineering groundworks packages including: site clearance, foundations, drainage, ground remodelling and water attenuation.
O’Boyle Engineering’s workspace, which includes a bespoke 5000 sq ft office and warehouse, was developed by Stirlin Developments.
This has provided O’Boyle’s with their own high quality office accommodation as well as a large warehouse for storing and servicing their vast amount of plant and machinery.
Matt Padley, Development Co-ordinator at Stirlin, which has developed the enterprise park said: “It was a pleasure to be able to create a bespoke workplace environment for O’Boyle Civil Engineering, we have worked closely with them on projects before – so we were thrilled to be able to offer them a space on Riverside Enterprise Park to grow their business!
“These sites are a great opportunity for people and businesses to expand, and at Stirlin, it is wonderful to see the diverse range of businesses that have decided to invest and thrive here at Riverside Enterprise Park. This site will continue to grow, and we are excited to keep expanding on the next stages of the development.”