Engineering firm moves into Bradford on Avon

Bradford on Avon mayor John Potter with president of the Institute of Gas Engineering and manager Chris Murray, chairman Steve Vick, staff and guests at the opening

Bradford on Avon mayor John Potter with president of the Institute of Gas Engineering and manager Chris Murray, chairman Steve Vick, staff and guests at the opening

First published in Bradford

Engineering firm Steve Vick International is celebrating its first month in Bradford on Avon after upsizing from Bath.

The company had been in Bath for more than 20 years but had been looking for a bigger premises for two years before moving into Treenwood Industrial Estate in Bradford.

Steve Vick International, started by Steve Vick in 1981 in Norton St Philip, employs 50 people, including the seven new people employed after the move.

Tony Day, joint managing and financial director, said: “We can now develop new products and markets. We are busy expanding on our opportunity in the gas, water and nuclear decommissioning market.”

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