Established in 1967, Neilcott Construction is an expert in the construction industry, working on a range of interesting projects.
Based in Orpington, Kent, the company carries out work across a broad cross section of sectors, from commercial and educational schemes to industrial, residential, retail and refurbishment projects.
Neilcott Construction also carries out a diverse range of construction schemes via its Special Works Division. The division works on projects which require special care and attention, including listed buildings and heritage sites, such as museums, churches, galleries and more.
Past projects for Neilcott Construction include Cornwall Terrace, Guildford Police Station, Royal Marsden Hospital, Hampstead Heath Lido, Sidcup Sports and Rugby Club and Sutton Library. Additional projects have included the New Wave Improvement Works scheme in Bexhill on Sea, the Mayesbrook Park Athletic Arena, The Harlequin Shopping Centre in Watford and the Natural History Museum (Spencer Gallery Refurbishment Phases 1 & 2).
Neilcott Construction is an award-winning company, with many notable accolades under its belt including Winner of the LDSA Best Education Project for Upton Primary School (2010), the BCSE Excellence in Design Teaching & Learning Award for Lauriston Primary School (2011), the ACA PPC/TPC Innovation in Partnering Award (2012) and the BDC Excellence Award for Employer of the Year (2013). More recently, Neilcott Construction received a RICS Award for its involvement in the LSBU Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation.
Throughout all of its work Neilcott Construction understands the importance of safety – for staff, end-users and the surrounding environment. The company looks to minimise the impact that construction works have on the environment; to comply with all legal responsibilities and to avoid waste where possible. In addition, Neilcott Construction looks to source materials from sustainable resources and to approach all environmental concerns with sensitivity.
Above all else, Neilcott Construction understands that communication is an important tool, so strives to communicate its policies to staff members, ensuring that the end goal of conserving the environment is met at all times.
A spokesperson for Neilcott Construction, said:
“With the highest level of experience and technical expertise, Neilcott are able to carry out construction work in a wide range of sectors, all of which have specific constraints, requirements and procurement regimes.
“We have management and construction teams that have developed high levels of expertise in each sector. They understand the needs of clients in each sector, including the political and fiscal regimes in which they operate and the hopes and expectations of their end users.
“In all sectors we have a high level of repeat business, and many of our contracts are either negotiated directly or procured through frameworks or long term partnering arrangements. Knowledge, best practice and innovation and shared between all sectors, so lessons learned on one project can be translated into improvements in another sector.
“We have a wide range of skills that can be transferred between sectors or brought together very successfully on projects where knowledge of more than one sector is beneficial. This has enabled us to help clients arrange funding for projects, develop mixed-use projects and combine community-based facilities, such as health provision and affordable housing. Our experience of different funding and procurement mechanisms also enables us to offer clients a range of different options for procuring and funding their projects.”
For more information about Neilcott Construction, please visit: www.neilcott.co.uk.