Three years ago, Melior Squash were a relative unknown in the squash world. Today the company is well recognised as a leading provider of squash court services, with a strong reputation and an extensive list of projects including the construction of both permanent and temporary courts and consultation on major tournaments.
Since 2016 the company has grown their portfolio, delivering a wide range of squash services from small court maintenance jobs to collaborating on major tournaments across the globe. A one stop shop for all things squash, founder Nick Thompson has used his extensive list of contacts to partner with many organisations in the industry, aiming to give his customers an easier and more dynamic solution to their needs. The Melior Squash approach is personable and tailored to each project, helping clients to find their perfect solution, be it a new floor, a court booking system or new ways to grow and develop their club.
“One thing that set them apart for us was not only their extensive knowledge but also their professionalism. They gave advice that was suitable for our club and it was clear that their recommendations were honest and genuine, rather than just with their business in mind. We haven’t experienced that with other contractors” Luke Bishop, The Wyvern Club, Somerset.
Melior Squash are also uniquely committed to growing and developing the sport, both within England and worldwide. From the sponsoring of upcoming players to investing in grassroots tournaments and initiatives, they have a passion for the sport which is clearly reflected in both their work and in their ethos.
“We’re squash players and fans here at Melior, which means we truly enjoy the work we do. 2019 has been a particularly exciting year for us. We’ve had the pleasure of working in Chicago at the PSA World Championship, in the Netherlands at the DPD Open and here at home we were delighted to be involved in the Canary Wharf Classic. We are looking forward to what the next few years hold for squash, particularly in England with the 2022 common wealth games, and we hope that through more dynamic events and tournaments utilising the versatility of transportable glass courts we can help to boost the numbers of people both playing and spectating”.
So, what is next for the company? “Well we’re feeling especially motivated to grow our business in France after the completion of our first job across the channel in Pornic, near Nantes. We’re also feeling very optimistic about the sport of squash with the upcoming World Squash Day and continuing to work with the many people that are innovating and investing in squash. We’re proud to be a part of this industry and we hope we can continue to grow and evolve as we have done over the past three years.”