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Stockton’s TaperedPlus eyeing growth after £5.5 million BGF backing

A flat roof design and insulation firm is targeting further growth after securing £5.5 million investment.

TaperedPlus has been backed by BGF.

Bosses say the deal will allow the Stockton-headquartered business to add a greater “technology-led focus” to operations, enhance customer experience and strengthen supply chain relationships.

It also provides an exit for original investor Comhar Capital.

Founded in 2014 by Aman Chahal and Robert Vass, TaperedPlus provides architectural design services for complex flat and tapered roof projects, operating across sectors including health, education and retail.

Aman, chief executive, said: “Following a great relationship with Comhar Capital, we were seeking an investment partner to help us expand further while maintaining control of the business.

“BGF stood out for their culture, values and relationship-led approach.

“We are excited to work together to take TaperedPlus to the next level.”

Rob Johnson, BGF investor, added: “We’re thrilled to back Aman and Rob, who have positioned TaperedPlus as a leader in its field, with innovation and sustainability at the core of their operations.

“We look forward to supporting the team and aligning our patient capital model with their vision for growth.”

As part of the investment, Martin Holt will join TaperedPlus as a non-executive chair, bringing with him extensive experience of the building compliance and technical services sector.

June 28, 2024

  • Build & Sustainability

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