Shortlisted for Insider Property Awards North West 2018

As another year of the Insider Property Awards approaches, we would like to take this opportunity to reflect on the last 12 months.

We’re heavily involved in schemes across the region, and especially busy in Manchester city centre where we are currently on site delivering a number of high profile residential schemes in the Ancoats and New Islington areas . These projects include two phases of Islington Wharf for Waterside Places, Cotton Square for First Step and 3 separate schemes for Manchester Life, the One Cutting Room Square  Sawmill Court, and Vesta Street Developments.

It’s a privilege to be playing such a pivotal role in the ongoing regeneration of these areas of the city – and we’re keen to do more.

Each year the focus of our business is genuinely centred around our people. Our investment in personnel has and always will be central to our core values.  We are committed to supporting employees in developing their knowledge and capabilities, enabling them to build long-term careers with us.  Many of the people who work with us have been with the business for over 20 years, having begun in trainee roles and apprenticeships. With a strong pipeline of new construction projects, we are actively recruiting, and we encourage the best talent to contact us to discuss  exciting career opportunities

We would like to wish good luck to everyone at the Insider Property Awards, it is great to be recognised as one of the region’s leading Contractors.

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