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A website fit for a King(moor)

Posted on 12th June, 2018

Kendal specialists chosen for their expertise

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One of the north’s leading consulting engineers has chosen Kendal specialists SYPO to build them a new website.

Kingmoor Consulting needed the new site as part of a brand development programme and have told SYPO they are very impressed with the result.

Kingmoor are Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers working on domestic and commercial projects across Cumbria. They provide support to homeowners, builders, architects and property developers on refurbishment or new build properties. The business is led by Colin Aimers, a chartered Civil and Environmental Engineer.

We pride ourselves in listening to understand the full requirements of a project and delivery of high quality professional advice,

said Colin. 

We have extensive experience in providing innovative and reliable solutions to problems and challenges. So when it came to building a new website, we went to the very best in the north to provide us with exactly what we wanted.

Alan Jewitt and his team at SYPO used a specific WordPress theme and plugins for the site which highlights examples and case studies of Kingmoor’s range of challenging projects.

SYPO have also developed an online booking facility for Skills Shop, a family-owned business which designs and delivers its training courses around delegate interaction and involvement. They provide training in first aid, manual handling, fire warden, safeguarding, conflict management, safer handling across Cumbria and the North West with regular courses running in Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal, Carnforth, Morecambe, Lancaster, Preston, Penrith and Carlisle.

Said Alan Jewitt:  

We were asked to help develop the online booking system following the company’s re-brand. We have a very talented team here who have expertise across the whole field of web development from WordPress brochure sites to full-on eCommerce booking and payment sites.


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