Established in 1994, McGurran Construction is a family owned construction and development company with operations spanning throughout Northern and Northwest Ireland.
The company builds and designs projects for clients in both the private and public sectors and works with many of the country’s leading housing associations.
As McGurran Construction offers a progressive and flexible approach to its projects, the company is capable of completing a wide range of developments that demonstrate innovation, imagination and high levels of quality in all its projects. To date, the company has worked with many high profile housing associations, including Apex Housing Group, Accord Housing Association, Oaklee Housing, Ulidia Housing, Helm Housing Association and Trinity Housing, amongst others.
Working with Apex Housing Group, McGurran Construction recently completed the £1.2 million Orchard Park project. Work began on the Orchard Park project in March 2011 and reached completion in June 2012. GM Design was the architect on the site.
Orchard Park comprised the construction of 15 social housing units and associated road and site works, and took place on a former Greenfield site. Works also included the introduction of retaining walls and all units were built to be compliant with Code of Sustainable Homes Level 3, Life Time Homes and Secured by Design.
Following the successful completion of Orchard Park for Apex Housing Group, McGurran Construction our nearing completion on the Comber Road project for Trinity Housing.
The £1.3 million Comber Road project in Dundonald, County Down, comprised construction of 18 apartments, including the installation of heating, plumbing and electrical services. Harry Rolston was the architect.
Most recently McGurran Construction has been involved with the £570,000 Rectory Close project for Oaklee Housing.
The Rectory Close project comprises the construction of six general needs houses, all of which include central heating, solar panels and a heat recovery system. The units are being constructed to Code Level 3 and works include engineering and civil engineering services, including the construction of gabion retaining walls.
Work began on the project in March 2012 and is due to reach completion in February 2013. Harry Rolston is the architect on Rectory Close.
McGurran Construction Systems and Business Development Manager, Aine Burns, said:
“A couple of years ago McGurran Construction got into the housing association market and from there we have developed our portfolio to include schemes for many of the leading associations in Northern Ireland. We have successfully built and completed a number of social houses and apartments to Sustainable Code Level 4 and to see the developments completed is very satisfying.
Aine Burns added:
“McGurran Construction provides good quality homes to areas of Ireland that really need them. When we hand over our units we liaise with tenants so that they are aware of all the important features of their new homes and it makes it all very worthwhile.
“We also liaise with community leaders and take part in charity events to contribute to the local community. We work towards the Considerate Constructors Scheme and we continue to work towards raising the profile of construction work across Northern Ireland.”
For more information about McGurran Construction please visit: www.mcgurranconstruction.com.