Utility infrastructure specialist Fulcrum has invested in new IT and telephone systems as part of a drive to win more customers and boost response times, after relocating from Rotherham to 20,500 sq ft of ofﬁces on Shefﬁeld Business Park.
The publicly owned business designs and installs domestic, industrial and commercial gas connections and carries out work for a range of utilities nationwide.
Projects range from multi-million pound technical developments such as London’s tallest building, the Heron Tower, to smaller domestic and commercial projects including upgrading supplies to pubs and restaurants.
Fulcrum chose its new offices selected for their proximity to major transport links and ‘green’ credentials, which include being carbon neutral.
The company has unveiled a new corporate identity designed to reflect Fulcrum’s rapidly changing business.