Derby-based contractor, Bailey Construction is a family-run construction company working across a variety of construction sectors, from commercial projects and retail schemes, to residential works, industrial developments and much, much more.
The company has also been involved in the delivery of numerous healthcare developments in Derbyshire.
Established in 1980, Bailey Construction has worked on a range of projects over the past 35 years, from the University of Derby Atrium project and The Bryn Hall scheme, to St Giles School in Derby and Kingsmill Hospital in Mansfield. Bailey Construction has also worked with high profile clients such as St Modwen Developments, including the construction of a 2250m² steel framed building for Dunelm Soft Furnishings.
Working on the St Giles School project, Bailey Construction was responsible for a new build classroom extension in order to provide the school with additional classroom space. The project also included the creation of paved playing areas for pupils.
Over the past three years Bailey Construction has been involved with projects at Kingsmill Hospital. The works have ranged from the installation of block paving and a revolving door to general building works.
Most recently, Bailey Construction has been involved with Hope Hamilton C of E Aided Primary School, through the creation of a new extension. The project – valued at £700,000 – includes the extension and alteration of the existing school, as well as the provision of a new access gate within the existing fence line.
A spokesperson for Bailey Construction, said:
“Bailey Construction is a family run business with over 32 years of experience and was founded by our current Managing Director, Leonard Bailey. Throughout the last 30 years our company has successfully grown from a general contracting company to a well-established, medium sized contracting company, taking on a variety of different projects ranging up to £5 million.
“Our aim is the first class delivery of construction projects with a combination of speed, quality and cost satisfaction. This is achieved through our company values: trust, honesty and loyalty; respect for employees, customers and suppliers; continuous improvement; respect for the environment; and commitment and good performance.
“Bailey Construction aims to provide sustainability for the community that we work in. We engage local subcontractors and employ local people whenever possible. We have an ongoing training programme for our employees with our personal aim of having all staff trained to CSCS standards. We are currently working towards ISO 14001:2004 accredited Environmental Management System.”
For more information about Bailey Construction, or to take a look at some of the company’s past projects, please visit: www.bailey-construction.co.uk.