Green Building Renewables has achieved a significant milestone with its tenth acquisition, surpassing a £40 million turnover as it continues its rapid expansion across England at the start of 2024. This latest acquisition of Doré Woodman, based in Crawley, has further strengthened the company’s nationwide network of renewable experts, enabling expansion into Kent, Surrey, and Sussex.
The company’s turnover has increased more than tenfold from £3 million to over £40 million since 2021, with staff numbers rising from 18 in its York office to over 200 across its fourteen regional offices in England. With ambitions to become the largest installer of domestic renewable technology by 2025 with a turnover of £100 million, Green Building Renewables is on a trajectory of substantial growth.
Managing Director of Green Building Renewables, Chris Delaney, commented on the company’s achievements, stating, “Our tenth acquisition and surpassing the £40 million turnover mark is a double milestone for the company and a great start to the year. We have grown our reach and expanded our coverage across England. Our ambitions for 2024 are even bigger as we aim to have full coverage of England.”
The recent appointment of Chris Joubert as the new Merger and Acquisition Director aims to lead further growth of Green Building Renewables through the strategic acquisition of reputable renewable installation companies across England. Joubert expressed, “Doré Woodman is the perfect example of the calibre of company that we want to join Green Building Renewables and to help expand its network. I am looking forward to working alongside Chris and the team at Green Building Renewables to help reach its ambitions of becoming the largest domestic renewables installer in England and to reach its £100 million turnover.”