A Flintshire-based facilities management company has secured an investment from Gary Dewhurst, owner of Connah’s Quay Nomads FC.
The investor took a 25 percent stake in Hope-based Regional Property Maintenance (RPM), which was established in 2020 by veteran real estate businessman Stewart Roberts.
This follows a period of rapid growth for the company, which manages and maintains a wide range of commercial and residential properties in North and Central Wales, as well as Cheshire and Shropshire.
The company also offers real estate investment management, house maintenance, rural and agricultural maintenance and partnerships for local authorities with a view to further expansion in the real estate sector.
Commenting on the deal, Gary Dewhurst said:
“I have been looking for several years to invest in the outsourcing market and I am delighted to have partnered with Stewart and RPM, who share the same values as me when it comes to outstanding customer service.
“The facilities management market is growing rapidly, shifting from a factory-centric business to one focused on end-user experiences and results. “
Stewart Roberts, CEO of RPM, added:
“Gary’s arrival on board is a big boost for RPM, and a testament to the progress we have made in a short period of time as a company.
“His wealth of experience will only keep us moving forward as we seek to continue our growth in an industry where we are committed to providing the highest level of service to our customers and partners.
“There are also many opportunities within RPM itself, as we welcome requests for subcontractors to be on our list of preferred suppliers, as well as skilled tradespeople to join our on-site teams.
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To learn more about the maintenance of regional properties, please visit: https://www.regionalpropertymaintenance.com/