Contractor, Frank Rogers, has announced a record turnover, revealing a trading figure of £9.8million.
The 40-year old family business that operates across the North West continues to consolidate its position within the housing sector, offering planned and reactive maintenance to housing associations and social landlords as well as private sector clients.
Employing the majority of its skilled workforce directly, Frank Rogers’s typical contracts range from large-scale bathroom, kitchen and window replacement programmes to void refurbishments, fire risk works, and disabled adaptations.
Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers added:
“Through our long term, repeat business associations with many of Merseyside’s social landlords, we have been able to hone a business model that works incredibly well. By using local skilled labour, good tenant liaison with solid project management and back end admin support, we are able to deliver a project of almost any scale and size to a successful outcome.
“Our flexible approach means that we’re able to look at the smallest of contracts to multi-million pound long term frameworks and deliver each one to the same standard using the same approach. I believe that it’s this attitude that has allowed us to grow to the stage at which we’re at today, using a strategic and cautious approach.”
During the past 18 months, Frank Rogers has been developing its Greener Solutions Division, working with homeowners, landlords and private businesses, installing green measures at thousands of properties across the North West.
“I’m really proud to see the firm reach this landmark turnover figure, particularly following recent years of recession that has had a considerable impact upon our sector. Moving forward our aim is to continue to penetrate the local market and expand our client base rather than our service range. We believe our model is working well and it is that we will focus on for future growth and development.”
To celebrate the record turnover achievement, every member of staff has welcomed a surprise discretionary bonus to thank them for their hard work during the past year.