The move comes as Ameon expands its Lancashire headquarters and gears up for a series of new contracts on major construction developments in the region.
A number of the new posts will be filled by qualified electricians, plumbers and heating and ventilation specialists.
Opportunities will be spread around the region, with a concentration of trades’ personnel to be deployed in the Manchester area, where Ameon features in a series of high profile residential and commercial construction projects in the city centre.
Conservative MP for Fylde, Mark Menzies, said: “I am delighted to see Ameon thriving and choosing to invest its future in our young people.
“It is fantastic to see a local business benefitting from the construction boom in the North West, and that so many of these jobs will help young people gain experience and skills in a sector that is booming.”
Ameon’s managing director, Robin Lawson added: “This has come about because of investment back into the business, and a clear vision for our future.
“That’s how we’ve managed to ride the economic waves in our sector over the past decade, and it’s why we are in a position now, despite the impact of Covid-19, to create employment opportunities for more people to play a part in our story going forward.”
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