Matthew Neville

Midlands engineering and construction firm celebrates 30th anniversary with plans to become £200m business

A Midlands based engineering and construction firm has finally been able to celebrate its 30th anniversary as it predicts to grow by 70 per cent in the next three years and become a £200m business.

April 29 saw adi Group celebrate 30 years of operation, although having now been in business for 32 years.The pandemic has caused delays across all industries, causing the business to put its anniversary celebrations on hold.

The business delivers its services across the UK and Ireland, and held its celebratory event at the Vox Conference Centre in Birmingham. Its overall theme was “engineering a better future”.

With a workforce of almost 750, adi’s guestlist for the day was made up of the firm’s employees, with the addition of a few special guests, including the evening’s host, celebrity magician, Richard Jones.

£9,850 was raised for Heart Research UK during the event thanks to the efforts of the firm’s employees, bringing the total raised by adi over the four years to almost £130k.

Alan Lusty, founder and CEO of adi Group said: “After two long years, it’s fantastic that we’ve finally been able to celebrate, and what a day it was! We’ve come a long way since I founded the business in 1990 we’re consistently seeing growth in the form of our people, our skills, our client base and operating locations.”

“Just this year alone has seen the firm onboard a new chief operating officer, Paul Smith, and launch a brand-new website, in what Alan calls a “marketing-leading digitisation of the business”.

James Sopwith, group strategic account director at adi Group added: “We’re in an entirely new generation now, and adi believe that the message we project needs to continually evolve as we take our business further into the 21st century, something we focused on during our event.”

“We are continuing to invest both time and money into the wider Group and its employees. Our team is at the centre of our business, and therefore our future, too. And as we expect to grow 70 per cent by the end of 2025, the future looks incredibly exciting.”

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