Aztec growth gathers pace as company announce £5m contract wins for 2024

Aztec Interiors is set for another year of growth having secured £5million of new work for the first half of the year, including a £2million full fire strategy programme of works at Rainhill high School in Liverpool.

The company is building on a strong 2023 that saw the positive results of a series of major developments including the appointment of industry expert Colin Clayton to the board, the acquisition of a specialist M&E firm and the launch of its fire strategy company, Fire Doors and Frames.

Iain Peacock, Director at Aztec Interiors commented: “We have invested our time, energy and resources into the careful restructure of the business during the past two years and it’s at this point that we are realising the positive outcome of these widespread efforts.”

Iain continued “We are also seeing higher levels of negotiated work and joint ventures and are steering away from traditional tendering by developing long term partnerships with clients . This really is a new era for Aztec, as we not only consolidate our position in the market place for existing services, but begin to penetrate new business in the fire protection sector.”

Last year saw the handover of a series of major contracts including an 11,000 sq ft grade A fit out at Exchange Quay Manchester; one of the largest office campuses in the North West for IGT (Interactive Games Technology); a 9000sq ft lab fit out in Liverpool for high end research lab Inter Scientific and lastly Steam Mill, a landmark grade 2 listed structure in Chester, refurbishing common areas and grade A suites.

Tony Pyper, Director at Aztec added: “2023 was a great year in terms of business growth and development. We see no sign of this level of activity slowing down for 2024, and are approaching the end of quarter one with a rapidly growing order book.”