Income at RLB tops £100m as firm readies for Shard move

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RLB’s Global Chair and UK/Europe CEO Andrew Reynolds talks to the leading built environment publication, Building, about how the RLB UK team has grown their revenue in the last financial year, how the company is expanding further into Europe and how this growth means new offices at a London iconic landmark, The Shard. 

“Rider Levett Bucknall is expecting income to have topped the £100m mark when it files its accounts later this year. The firm said revenue for the year to April will be around the £107m figure, up from £88m last time, with the company expecting 10% growth in the coming 12 months. RLB chief executive Andy Reynolds said around 80% of its turnover is from the UK with the remainder coming from Europe. He added the firm was benefitting from a tech boom such as burgeoning demand for data centres.”

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