Hartlepool joinery firm moves into new premises as business looks up

Paula Addison of UK Steel Enterprise with (from left) Rob Wilson, Martin Wilson and Adam Gallagher in Tees Valley Joinery's new premises in the Innovation Centre, Hartlepool.

Paula Addison of UK Steel Enterprise with (from left) Rob Wilson, Martin Wilson and Adam Gallagher in Tees Valley Joinery's new premises in the Innovation Centre, Hartlepool.

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A thriving joinery business has moved into a business centre.

Tees Valley Joinery, set up by Rob Wilson and Adam Gallagher, has moved to UK Steel Enterprise’s Innovation Centre on Hartlepool’s Queens Meadow Business Park.

Rob’s brother Martin joined as office manager and the trio is looking forward to further expansion. Adam said: “We are definitely benefitting from the upsurge in the construction sector and are currently working on a number of large new-build projects. We are also involved with projects across the UK for shop-fitting company Caterbuild, based in Grantham.”

He said the firm was “confident that there is a lot of potential for us to grow.”

Tees Valley Joinery provides work for more than 22 joiners and expects demand to increase. Paula Addison of UK Steel Enterprise, the Tata Steel business support subsidiary, said: “We now have more than 50 young businesses housed here and it has been a busy few months with a number of new arrivals.”