Consultant was founded by six former directors of Davis Langdon and EC Harris last year
Start-up cost consultant Alinea has disclosed it turned over £2m in its first full year of trading to 30 April and is now working on 15 million sq ft of projects.
Alinea was founded by six former directors of Davis Langdon and EC Harris in May 2013 – Paul Allen, Iain Parker, Steve Watts, Paul Zuccherelli, Mark Lacey and Richard Taylor.
It has grown to 35-strong with recent major wins including a mixed-use scheme at St Giles Circus in the West End of London for Consolidated Developments, a fit-out of RIBA’s headquarters and a refurbishment of 20 Old Bailey in the City.
The founders said the firm is on course to turn over £4m and grow to 50-strong in its second year of trading and expects to be 100-strong within four years.
The firm is working on 7.5 million sq ft of office space, 4 million sq ft of retail space, 800 student rooms, 4,000 residential units and 600 hotel rooms.