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Matrix announces major expansion plans

Energy management company Matrix has launched the latest phase of its expansion plans by relocating and expanding in two areas of the UK.
Matrix announces major expansion plans
The new offices in Leeds and London increase its presence in both cities. The Leeds office at Temple Point covers 2,450 ft2, three times the size of the previous base in the city, and the London presence has doubled in size, with new premises at the Tower Bridge Business Centre.

Matrix chief executive Ian Kelly said: 'The relocation of these two important centres is further evidence of our continued growth and development. Matrix has made major investment in these premises and they provide the ideal opportunity for us to expand in 2011.'

He added: 'Both public and private sector organisations across the UK are now understanding the importance of effective energy management. In addition to significantly reducing financial outgoings, it can also reduce the impact a company has on the environment. There is the potential for brand damage if companies aren't seen to be doing their bit for the environment. Matrix can help them avoid this and make significant savings at the same time.'

The move to these new locations continues the expansion plans that begun at Matrix following its merger with DWEC last August. It has recently opened an energy management centre (EMC) in Glasgow and its national client base includes high-profile names such as Marks & Spencer and Tesco.

Matrix director Steven Daniels said: 'It's an exciting time for Matrix and the move to new offices will also create many job opportunities for experts within the energy management industry. We're actively recruiting for a number of positions, including project managers, energy auditors and service and commissioning engineers, and are very much looking forward to expanding our services across the UK and further afield.'
21 April 2011


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