Independent building consultancy Black Cat has moved to a new office in Manchester city centre as it continues to grow.
The relocation to The Lightwell on Brown Street will soon be followed by a further expansion to the eight-strong team of surveyors, according to the firm.
Established in October 2015 by Ben Golby, Stephen Barnes and James Dyson, Black Cat has surveyed more than 14,500,000 sq ft of commercial buildings across a range of sectors and has negotiated dilapidations settlements in excess of £8.3 million.
It has also worked on more than £100m of clients’ new acquisitions currently has £30m of project management schemes underway.
Commenting on the move to the new office in Manchester’s professional core, Golby says: “This is an exciting time for the business and the team’s hard work has been repaid with an impressive office and a fantastic outlook going forwards.
“The team has smashed the business plan and we have grown beyond expectations. We are now focusing upon wider opportunities working even more closely with our clients as an extension to their own teams.”