Turnover has hit £5m at an Ellesmere Port-headquartered civil engineering and building company following a period of strong growth.
A series of client successes have helped Moorcroft Construction grow turnover from last year's figure of £3.6m. In the last two years alone, group revenues have more than doubled.
The business has just signed a three-year framework agreement with Urenco to deliver projects at its Capenhurst site. It has also won a civil engineering project in partnership with Addison Project to provide infrastructure and reinforced concrete flooring works for the PQ Corporation in Warrington.
Managing director Myles Platt said: "We are pleased that we have sustained the growth of 2015/16 through 2016/17 and now into the current financial year.