Conlon Construction has handed over the first phase of the multi-million pound Jubilee House project in Lytham for contractor accountancy and payroll specialist, c.
Danbro, which provides accountancy services to around 6,000 freelancers, contract workers and consultants throughout the UK, bought the former Land Registry building in 2012.
Conlon started the 66,000 sq ft project in November 2013, converting the three-storey property, built in the 1960s, into a four-storey building, constructing an additional floor onto the existing roof.
Phil Ashall, contracts manager at Conlon Construction, said: “This is a landmark scheme, not only due to its nature, but also its prominent location.
“Whilst the project was not without its challenges, as is always expected with this type of renovation work, we are on track to hand over the remainder of the building in the spring.”
Danbro managing director, Damian Broughton, said: “We are delighted with the development and judging by the response from the local community they are too.”
Helen Broughton, co-founder and director of people and standards at Danbro, added: “We can't wait to move in. Conlon has done a great job and the team should be very proud of what they have achieved, we most certainly are!”