Manchester-based PR and public affairs consultancy Roland Dransfield has been appointed by fit-out specialists Aztec.
It has been instructed to provide media relations to support the company's continued expansion across the North West. The business has its headquarters in Liverpool and is opening operations in Manchester in April.
Roland Dransfield, founded in 1996 by Lisa Morton, has also secured a contract with the Centre for Construction Innovation NW, an enterprise centre linked to the University of Salford, to handle its media operations.
The brief includes support for the North West Construction Knowledge Hub, which receives funding from the European Regional Development Fund and supports small medium enterprises to help improve profitability and efficiency by responding to the opportunities and threats posed by increasing industry legislation.
Roland Dransfield will also provide public relations support for Centre for Construction Innovation's regional construction awards and The CUBE Gallery on Portland Street.
The consultancy has been retained by Segro to handle its Trafford Park property portfolio, which it acquired from Brixton Estates.
Roland Dransfield is also working with Goals Soccer Centres and has recently undertaken a community consultation programme, which has helped to secure planning permission for new sports facilities in Manchester's Heaton Park.