2021 Roundup

2021 MBA roundup

2021 Roundup

2021 was another year marked by uncertainty, with much of the year influenced by the pandemic.

Despite all of the instability that a pandemic brings, we were fortunate enough to have been busy and despite the uncertainty we enjoyed growth in the year; this was achieved by the commitment and determination of our entire team.

Some of the exciting projects we worked on involved:

  • Residential schemes in central London
  • Student accommodation
  • Commercial office projects
  • Mixed use developments in regeneration areas
  • Warehousing
  • Automated warehousing
  • Manufacturing
  • Robotic warehousing

Our productivity and growth is a vote of confidence from all of our clients and partners, 2021 saw a number of successful projects and we were lucky enough to be involved across all market sectors. We saw particular growth in the Industrial & Logistics sector with unprecedented levels of projects, culminating in excess of 22 million square feet of projects being delivered for a broad spectrum of our clients.

We are grateful to have had the opportunity to collaborate with all of our existing clients and 2021 saw more clients appoint MBA to support them as our reputation for innovative, efficient and cost-effective solutions grows.

Not only have we had growth in productivity but our team has grown, with 15 new specialist team members in 2021, we are looking forward to adding to our team throughout 2022.

We are excited and expectant to see what 2022 holds for the industry. Initial thoughts are that the market will continue to perform well with particular growth in the industrial and logistics sector.

We wish all of our clients, partners and colleagues best wishes for 2022 and may it be a year of growth, challenges and stability.

From all of us at MBA, we wish you all a very prosperous 2022. 

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