Great Yarmouth firm celebrates 40 years of interiors work

PUBLISHED: 20:52 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:31 06 December 2017

The team at Great Yarmouth Ceilings at the Spirit of Enterprise awards.
Picture: James Bass Photography

The team at Great Yarmouth Ceilings at the Spirit of Enterprise awards. Picture: James Bass Photography


Great Yarmouth Ceilings is celebrating 40 years in the interiors industry.

The company was started in 1977 by current owner Keith Adams. In the early days, it specialised in suspended ceilings.

But the business has diversified over the years responding to the economic climate, clients’ needs and the changing fashion of ceilings. It now works on all kinds of ceilings, dry lining and plastering, partitions and more for both commercial and residential developers.

Managing director Stuart Adams said: “We’re a family business. A significant number of the team have been with us for years. “That gives us a real core strength. We look after the team, and they give us their all in return. It’s a happy place to work. Ultimately, our clients feel the benefit of that commitment.”

They are proud of projects at RAF Mildenhall, the Westlegate Tower in Norwich the new ProServ building in at Beacon Park.

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