Crookes Walker Consulting has relocated its office in Liverpool after hiring four members of staff so far this year.
The business launched in Liverpool in 2017 and has grown to 10 people, now based out of the Plaza in the commercial business district.
The most recent hires are principal Lee Carey from Capita, and engineer Ben Davies from Patrick Parsons, both of whom joined in the last month.
In March, engineer Connor Culleton was recruited from Progressive Services Design, and in January Gareth Rowlands joined as an associate from Engineering Services Design.
Office director, Chris Skinner, said: “It really is exciting times for us in the Liverpool office. I believe our continued investment shows the intent and ambition we have for this office and I look forward to continued growth in a vibrant and buoyant local marketplace.
“Our mix of projects is fantastic and range from major regeneration schemes such as Wirral Waters, the refurbishment of iconic city centre and waterfront buildings such as the Municipal Buildings, The Albert Dock and the Port of Liverpool Building together with PRS schemes across the city and community schemes such as the Beacon in Hoylake. We are also delivering educational and central government schemes further afield for our national client base.”