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PSR apprentices, Luke Hough and Ashley Renshaw expand their knowledge of the construction industry through first-hand training on the company's new HQ to be operational June 2016. The new offices will symbolise the transition period of how the PSR team started out in Managing Director James Sanders' spare room, to the £million investment that is going on just down the road from where the journey began.
The new office will become the Midlands’ power-house for construction recruitment boasting bespoke building work to cater for the PSR community. Managing Director, James Sanders acquired Drayton Manor House long before the current extensive development work being carried out, the House will hold 100+ of our specialist construction recruitment team.
The building will have:
The development will be a central hub that the PSR team can be proud to welcome clients and candidates to and one that reflects the faced-paced, quality level of service that we endeavour to provide to those we work with.
MD, James Sanders showcased some of PSR Solutions’ clients the fantastic project during the construction stages. Our visitors are genuinely excited to see the finished project and have planned to revisit after the internal works process is complete. James has recently conducted multiple meetings with a team of interior designers and fit-out specialists to ensure that the office remains timeless and will accommodate all employees' needs.
Stay tuned on the blog and social media for the next updates on PSR Solutions' new HQ.
PSR Solutions are market leaders in recruitment for the construction industry in the UK and Dubai 2016. They can assist with filling your vacancy or finding short and long term contracts for candidates of all levels. We have over 10 years’ experience in the industry and are a Recruiter Hot 100 company with Investors in People status.
Please contact us to take your career in construction to the next level.
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