Our place on the Built Environment Board for the Liverpool City Region and the North West Construction Hub’s Medium Value Framework reflects our focus on doing the best for our customers and communities. The £11 million Tameside One public services development saw us restart the project following the collapse of the previous contractor and retain 95% of the supply chain. 

More recent projects include the well-known landmark, Liverpool’s Strawberry Field, where we created a £4.2 million training centre which supports young people with barriers to employment. And the £14.4m redevelopment of the Grade II listed St Leonard’s House in Lancaster transformed an unused building into modern student accommodation.

The £16m Moxy in Chester is our first for Vastint Hospitality and the £21m Holiday Inn in Blackpool – due for completion in 2022 – is part of a £100 million regeneration of the town centre. 

 

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