2011 – Jennor wins tender to refurbish two buildings for Crown Prosecution Service


Jennor, a leading contractor and office fit-out company, has won a contract to refurbish two buildings for the Crown Prosecution Service (‘CPS’).

St. Helens-based Jennor was appointed by Managing Agents DTZ Manchester to revamp the CPS buildings in Carlisle and Manchester city centre including internal structural alterations, redecoration and mechanical & electrical works. The contract is worth almost £200,000.

Jennor works with government agencies, property investors, developers and high net worth individuals to fit-out high-spec developments. So far this year, Jennor has won a string of high-profile contracts including a £1.4 million contract to refurbish the historic Cunard Building on Liverpool’s waterfront.

Steve Brown, Director of Jennor, said:

“The difficult economic conditions and the scrutiny on public sector spending mean that many organisations have delayed refurbishment projects. However, clients in the public and private sectors are now taking advantage of the shift in prices in the office fit-out market to invest in their workspaces.

Jennor is focused on ensuring that we are competitive, consistently provide the highest standards of finish and are genuinely innovative in the way we approach projects. That is paying-off and we are optimistic about the increase in enquiries and new business wins in the past quarter.”


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