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Graham Construction

Graham Construction is an award-winning national construction, asset management and project investment specialist, operating from a number of regional offices around the UK.
The company delivers expert services to a variety of clients and works across a range of sectors from education and health to commercial, residential, leisure and transport.

A recent scheme for Graham Construction is the CPC Regeneration project – a three year scheme being undertaken for Rolls-Royce. The £40 million project forms part of a redevelopment programme at Raynesway in Derby and is being conducted in phases.

Over the course of the three year scheme Graham Construction is constructing a 2,400m² reception building, a 520m² energy centre, a 7,200m² manufacturing facility and a 1,500m² product assembly building. The project began on 20th February 2013 with a ground breaking ceremony which was attended by Vice Admiral Sir Andrew Matthews.

Another recent project for Graham Construction was the Aberdeen Aquatics Centre which was built as part of the Aberdeen Sports Village project on King Street, Aberdeen. The centre was constructed in order to create an elite and community sports facility in the Scottish city and provides a variety of water-based activities for swimmers of all ages and abilities.

The Aberdeen Aquatics Centre officially opened in 2014 by the Duchess of Cornwall – ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games – and boasts a 50 metre, 10 lane Olympic standard pool and a 25 metre pool and diving boards. The centre formed part of the second phase of works on the Aberdeen Sports Village.

Additional projects for Graham Construction include the £81 million Peel Park Campus project at the University of Salford; the Creative Arts Building for City College in Norwich; the St Columba’s Hospice project in Edinburgh; Kensington & Park Terrace for Newcastle University and a flagship lounge for Aer Lingus at Dublin Airport Terminal 2. Graham Construction was also responsible for the delivery of the Sonic Arts Centre at Queen’s University in Belfast.

A spokesperson for Graham Construction said:

“Our business is focused on building and maintaining the infrastructure we all rely on in everyday life. We win work through positive personal relationships, understanding client needs and priorities, being innovative in the solutions we develop and delivering when we promise.

“Across our operating companies our aims are to deliver ‘best-in-class’ levels of performance for our clients, to deliver long term sustainable growth in turnover and profits providing a stimulating, rewarding work environment for our employees and to produce a return for our shareholders ahead of our competitors.

“The achievement of our aims is supported through our people being proactive to meet and exceed client needs and consistent operational excellence or put more simply, doing things the Graham way.”

For more information on Graham Construction or to take a look at the company’s past projects, please visit: www.graham.co.uk.

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