UPM Tilhill opens new Midlands office after Boningale Landscapes buy-out

Forestry and landscape firm UPM Tilhill has opened new office in Oaken, Wolverhampton, to house staff transferred from Boningale Landscapes.

UPM Tilhill is capitalising on school and healthcare projects in the region as part of its expansion into a new office in Wolverhampton.

The firm bought Boningale Landscapes last year and has now moved the team into a new site in Oaken.

Contracts manager Andrew Staley told HW the office was keeping busy with school and healthcare work.

UPM Tilhill commercial director Peter Middleton said: "Prompted by strong growth in our landscaping business, this new office will make all the difference to our clients in the region. Our dedicated landscaping teams are now based close to the region's key conurbations."

 

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