Project management consultancy Logic-i has grown from three to over 20 employees and has successfully established itself across numerous sectors including oil and gas, engineering, manufacturing, petrochemicals, retail, utilities, defense and urban regeneration.
Founded in 2019, the company has grown its turnover from £400,000 to £3m and aims to reach £5m by 2025.
Over the past 12 months, the company has secured additional contracts and is increasingly managing end-to-end programs rather than being committed to redesigning projects.
Logic-i is also targeting the growth area of green energy, particularly low-carbon lithium, and is preparing to fill additional positions in the coming months.
The company was founded in 2019 by directors Stephen Priestley, Stephen Humble and Jason Nowell, who have decades of industry experience in commercial and contract management, planning and project control.
The integrated approach also includes forensic planning, dispute resolution and avoidance, overall program risk management and project estimates.
The trio initially set up shop in a small office in Acklam Hall, Middlesbrough, before moving to Yarm in 2021. The company has recently moved to new offices on the High Street, which will accommodate its growing workforce whilst also providing additional meeting rooms.
Stephen Priestley said: “Clients value the range of skills and knowledge which allows us to provide a single point of contact capable of coordinating multiple strands of projects.
“We were originally tasked with getting projects back on track that were behind schedule for various reasons. Today, however, we are increasingly tasked with overseeing and managing the entire project.
“While this helps Logic-i secure additional contracts in our core sectors, we are also targeting specific growth areas such as green energy. We therefore want to further increase our number of employees in the coming months.”
The new headquarters was officially opened by Trevor Watson, JP DL, His Majesty’s Deputy Lieutenant for North Yorkshire, who said: “It is a real pleasure to welcome Logic-i to its new offices in Yarm. It is a growing start-up company that both creates jobs and supports the local economy.”