R W Armstrong recently received national recognition in the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report for 2019. We were delighted to receive a letter from our Local MP congratulating the company on being recognised in the celebration of some of the most dynamic SMEs in the UK.

This year’s report features companies from a diverse range of sectors and regions, reflecting the entrepreneurial drive seen across the company. Leading the sectors is Engineering and Construction, where R W Armstrong is identified for the first time as a front-runner for Construction in the London and South East England’s region.

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