Leeds-based Treanor Pujol, a leading manufacturer of concrete beams, is to purchase the long-term leasehold of its Stourton headquarters after agreeing a £2.85 million funding package from Santander Corporate & Commercial.
Treanor Pujol was established in 2009 and is co-owned by Ian Treanor (25 per cent) and Spain’s Prefabricados Pujol SA (75 per cent).
The business, which operates from the 16 acre site formerly occupied by Bison Concrete, produces a wide range of specialist products such as beam and block, hollowcore and prefabricated structures for the construction industry.
From the initial design stage through to the completion of a project, it also offers a design, support and advice service.
Treanor Pujol has benefitted significantly from the experience, technology and expertise of its Spanish co-owner.
The Catalonia-based company has been manufacturing and installing precast concrete structural elements for over 60 years and currently has 10 manufacturing plants across Spain.
Ian Treanor, managing director at Treanor Pujol, said:
“Purchasing the leasehold of our headquarters will allow us to take full control of our premises and support the next stage of our growth.
“We see exceptional opportunities for Treanor Pujol going into 2014 and beyond and we are really excited by the potential for further expansion.”
Andrew Russell, relationship director for Santander Corporate & Commercial, said:
“We are delighted to be helping this fantastic local business. Our funding and support will allow Treanor Pujol to save on rental costs, take full control of the site and invest for growth.
“Treanor Pujol is a major business in the area and it’s great to see the firm looking forward to new opportunities.”