Quantum Group creates platform for growth at new Thorpe Park Leeds offices

(L-R) Inside Quantum Group’s new Thorpe Park offices, Company Founder and Managing Director Stephen Pilling; Tony Seward, Associate Consultant; Lee Williamson, Director; Assistant, Jason Lowe and Consultants Amraj Badesha and James Laister-Farrar.

A Yorkshire based provider of quantity surveying, contract consulting and dispute resolution services to the construction sector has relocated to larger offices at Thorpe Park Leeds to help realise its growth ambitions.

The Quantum Group offers a range of specialist services to local, national and international contractors and sub-contractors operating in the construction and industrial oil, gas and steel plant markets to help them deliver contracts more efficiently and maximise their productivity.

After outgrowing its regional office in Pontefract, where it has been based for the last 14 years, the company chose Thorpe Park Leeds for its new home to meet its need for extra capacity, while ‘business as usual’ continues at its North West office near Oldham.

Quantum’s team of six, which works with clients across the company’s four divisions – Quantum CPM, Quantum Consult, Q Meruit and Quantum CCS – supports clients by enabling them to outsource the core processes of effective contract delivery and project management in construction, as well as legal services to resolve construction disputes.
In the past 12 months, Quantum Group has worked with more clients than ever before, with turnover expected to almost double this year versus 2021 figures, and has already secured 160 assignments in 2022.

Company founder and managing director Stephen Pilling, said: “Moving to our new offices at Thorpe Park Leeds is an exciting stage in the development of Quantum and puts us in an excellent position to recruit. We are actively recruiting for junior, intermediate and senior consultants to build our team.

“Our sustained growth to date has largely been organic, so that tells us there is great opportunity to support many more contractors and sub-contractors in the construction sector. The services we offer enable companies to work differently by outsourcing project administration to us, rather than trying to do this all in-house, in much the same way a company would outsource book keeping and accounting compliance to an accountant.”

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