Expansion for dynamic Bradford on Avon firm
10:00am Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News
DESIGN and manufacturing company Anthony Best Dynamics in Bradford on Avon has accommodated its growing success with a new multi-purpose building. The 2,000 square foot cedar wood building now provides a conference room, workshop for electrical assembling and space to assemble test equipment.
Anthony Best, 76, founded the company, which specialises in noise, vibration, and suspension engineering services to the automotive industry, in 1982.
He hopes that planning permission will be given for the Kingston Farm development in Holt Road, so that the company will be able to move into the proposed factory on site. Mr Best said: “The new building creates an additional 20 percent of space which will help alleviate the congestion that we have in the shop, prior to hopefully getting the new factory.
“We really want to get in to it as soon as possible as it will increase employment by almost three percent. We need space to meet the demand.”
The new building, which took five months to build and cost over £300,000, is energy efficient with solar panels and is heated by an air sourced heat pump.
Mayor John Potter cut the ribbon at the official opening last Thursday, and said: “Bradford on Avon is a jewel in this part of the country but this factory is a shining diamond that makes beautiful engineering products that are sold all over the world.”
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