Three brothers with a Birmingham-based mobile rigging business have built the next platform for further growth after leasing a Worcestershire warehouse.
ARCC Communications, which was founded by brothers Andy, Robin and Chris Conway in 2008, has taken a 10-year lease on a 16,000 sq ft warehouse on Hartlebury Trading Estate.
ARCC is one of the largest and fastest growing companies in the wireless communications industry and regularly contracts for leading mobile telecoms providers EE, Vodafone, Telefónica and Huawei.
It is based in Birmingham, with sites now in Hartlebury and Leeds, offering complete mobile telecommunications solutions from design and rigging, to installation and decommissioning.
The Hartlebury unit in the north section of the 180-acre estate will be used to construct and store riggings to build mobile telecoms masts.
ARCC was attracted by the 7.7 m working height, four roller shutter doors, ample car parking and loading forecourts and the space to augment the existing two-storey offices.
MD Robin said: “It’s the perfect site for us to expand from. A really sizeable airy space that will easily take our rigs on a secure estate with guards and CCTV and centrally located for us to reach our customers’ sites across the UK.”
The estate is owned by the Schroder UK Property Fund, asset managed by Rupert Jeffries of Collingwood Rigby and marketed by joint agents Halls Commercial and Harris Lamb.
It is let to nearly 100 tenants including Fedex, TNT, Forest Garden and Just for Pets and totals 1.45 million sq ft across 165 units, five miles south of Kidderminster and 10 north of Worcester just off the A449, with easy access to the national motorway network via the M5 and M42.