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Growth of business for Lynn building firm leads to move to bigger premises

Move to new premises for E.N.Suiter. Managing director Nick Suiter (front) with from left: Olly Parker, Steven Gould, Laura Byrne, Quinton Mitchell, Ian Reeve, Lynn Carter and Sean Austin.

Move to new premises for E.N.Suiter. Managing director Nick Suiter (front) with from left: Olly Parker, Steven Gould, Laura Byrne, Quinton Mitchell, Ian Reeve, Lynn Carter and Sean Austin.

A string of successful contracts gained by Lynn building contractors E N Suiter has resulted in a change of premises to accommodate the business’s growth.

The firm, which is due to celebrate 40 years in business next year, has opened new purpose-built office premises at Lincoln Court, in Bryggen Road on North Lynn’s Industrial Estate, having outgrown its former site in Lynn’s North Everard Street.

Managing director Nick Suiter said: “The last few years have been very tough for construction firms throughout the UK. At E N Suiter we have been fortunate to have a very strong, loyal and hardworking team and I would also like to thank our clients, who continue to provide us with exciting new projects.

“Our new premises were very much needed not only for the extra office space but also for the meeting room facilities which allows us to hold client and design team meetings.”

The new office block on North Lynn Industrial Estate not only houses E N Suiter and their work force but also two other local firms, as well as Lincoln Court Conference Suite, a conference and meeting room facility, which is owned and managed by E N Suiter.

The Conference Suite is available to hire for training days, sales meetings and brainstorming sessions, offering a new resource to the Lynn business district.

There is also one 180m² open plan office space still available to rent within the complex which is likely to be occupied soon due to the prominent business location.

Mr Suiter added: “It’s great to see an upturn in business for Lynn, with so much redevelopment going on in the area. The building industry is always the first to notice an upturn in the economy and the tide certainly looks to have turned in Lynn which is great for the local people.”

 

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