Marshall Building Contractors

Marshall Building Contractors

Marshall Building Contractors locationHalifax, West Yorkshire

(8 Reviews)

Set up in 1969, Marshall (Building Contractors) Ltd is a growing construction company working for both private and public sector clients throughout the UK.

Together with our team of highly experienced and talented people, we are an established and financially secure company that is able to offer our clients stability, as well as over 45 years of experience working on all types of construction and regeneration projects.

We work with our clients through varying contract types, from design and build, negotiated, partnering, traditional, to full turnkey contracts. Our reputation for attention to detail, safety, quality of service and commitment to our clients’ requirements has meant that the majority of our work is through repeat business and client referral – of which we are extremely proud.

Marshall (Building Contractors) Ltd is accredited in ISO 9001, 14001 & OHSAS 18001 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marshall Holdings Ltd.

Marshall Building Contractors Reviews

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Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Annaliese Morgan
5 22/06/2017

The art of building
When you look at certain buildings you cannot fail to see attention to detail, world class craftsman ship and originality. I’m currently writing this in London and examples of these buildings and architecture are all around the city, both old and modern but take a look around your own local village or town, look up once in a while and notice the beauty of what surrounds you.
In our 21st century where I sometimes feel we are all heading towards living in a legoland state, I spoke With John Marshall of Marshalls building contractors http://www.marshallbuildingcontractors.com who restored my faith and completely altered my view on that notion.
Many know I support the forget me not children’s hospice charity in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. A friend of mine who works for Marshalls happened to mention in conversation he was on the team who built the hospice, this was how I discovered Marshalls were the guys who won the tender to design and build this very important building.

Annaliese Morgan
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Peter Branson
5 22/06/2017

The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice
I am most certainly happy with the quality of the project – you will be pleased to know that without exception the many people we have taken round (which now runs into many hundreds) have all commented on the quality of the finishes and the standard of the build. This reflects very well on the people you have had running the project.

Peter Branson
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Edward Fazakerley
5 22/06/2017

Liverpool (Sefton Street) Travelodge
With Reference to the above, I wanted to drop you and your colleagues a short letter of thanks in connection with the completion of the development. The Project has not been the easiest to complete bearing in mind the difficult ground conditions, levels, availability of working space and the proximity to surrounding buildings. However, I was very pleased to see that all of these have been overcome. The General appearance, design and quality of the finishes internally and externally are to an excellent standard.
We look forward to working with you in the future.

Edward Fazakerley
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Steve Young
5 21/06/2017

I am writing to thank you all for all your help and support following the recent fire at our Wakefield factory. I would like to thank you personally for all the hard work involved. It was greatly appreciated by myself and all at Speedibake

Steve Young
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Iain Gammack
5 21/06/2017

Can I once again ask you to pass on my thanks to your team for another job well done.
The building was handed over today, and looks stunning – just a few little snags to be finished, but hopefully all will be done by the middle of next week.
I shall keep you in mind for future jobs as they arise.
Thanks again.

Iain Gammack
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Peter Stevenson
5 21/06/2017

Just a quick message to thank you for the successful completion of our new classroom over the summer holiday. I’m very pleased that the project finished on time as this has given us opportunity to furnish etc before the children return. I’d also like to specifically mention how helpful the team was during the build. They were courteous, thoughtful and proactive throughout and his attention to detail was impressive: I am very grateful for Marshall’s hard work.

Peter Stevenson
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by John Ingham
5 21/06/2017

We have been extremely impressed by all your employees ever since the project was agreed. Everyone has made every attempt to accommodate our wishes as the project has proceeded. The workmanship has been extremely good and your 3 week timeline worked virtually to the day with very few exceptions. Very impressive!
Your Site Manager has managed the site with great professionalism and has been a calm and steadying influence throughout. He quietly gets things done! Your Contracts Manager has also been always in daily touch and has always immediately dealt with questions as well as raising issues which needed our viewpoint. Certain sensitive issues have been dealt with well and to our complete satisfaction. The Joinery Coordinator was really helpful and supportive especially in the earlier stages of the bar production. The build of the bar at Elland and its installation has been done so well. The workmanship is second to none. And not forgetting your joiners who have both always been trying their best to please. They have proved to be excellent craftsmen. We realise that this project is miniscule in comparison to much bigger contracts you usually carry out. Of course, to us, it is a major change and large financial outlay! The size of the project has not affected your staff professionalism one jot. Please pass on our thoughts and thanks to all concerned. We really do appreciate your work and support throughout.
We are really pleased with the finished article.

John Ingham
Review of Marshall Building Contractors by Anthony Martin
5 21/06/2017

We have enlisted the services of Marshall Building contractors and have been using them for various building, plumbing, remedial and electrical works around the building and they have proven to be very responsive, cost effective and reliable.
Should you have the need for their services I would highly recommend Marshall’s.

Anthony Martin

Marshall Building Contractors


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Huddersfield Rd, Elland HX5 9BW, UK

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How can someone tell if their Garage is suitable for conversion?

If you are planning a garage conversion you will need to find out if any building regulations apply to your property and any work that you intend to carry out on it. Following are examples of works that may require adherence to building regulations. Please note: this is not an exhaustive list and for precise information about your individual garage and project, you will need to contact your local authority;
General garage conversions: The conversion of a garage into a living area or space is deemed as changing the purpose and/or internal structure of a building. To this end, an application for approval under the building regulations must be made prior to the commencement of any work. Individual circumstances will vary.
Wall thickness: If the existing walls of a garage are of a single brick construction they must be checked for stability and also that they are free from defects. If the condition of the walls is deemed to be satisfactory, it is likely that they will be considered suitable for a conversion product, pending assessment of their resistance to weather and insulation.
Foundations: If additional masonry loads are required for a conversion project, such as new external wall inner leafs or a garage door infill, a new foundation may be required. The condition and suitability of the existing foundation and flooring will be assessed on removal of the door area. Generally speaking, there are three acceptable ways to replace a garage door with a wall;
The building of a new foundation – the depth of which will be dependent on ground conditions.
The installation of two pre-stressed concrete lintels from the footings of each pillar.
The installation of a steel cavity lintel with a minimum bearing of 150mm either side onto the brickwork.
Floors: During a garage conversion, it is often a desirable option to increase the existing garage floor to fit into alignment with the ground floor of a property. To do this, concrete or timber can be used to increase the thickness of the garage floor. Concrete can generally be applied onto an existing slab, on a damp proof membrane and bed of insulation.
If timber battens are used, they should be tantalised and fitted over rigid floor insulation - on the existing slab and on a damp proof membrane. Additionally, a vapour barrier may then be laid under the boarding. A damp proof membrane will need to be aligned with any damp proof course to existing or new walls.
Weather resistance: Single leaf walls will need to be treated in order to provide a satisfactory resistance level to the passage of moisture. To achieve this, a waterproofing compound can be applied to the internal face and incorporated into the floor membrane. If a new inner leaf wall is installed, it will require a cavity tray at the base of the walls and covering any openings. Both existing and new floors will require the fitting of a suitable damp proof membrane.
Insulation: When you are planning a garage conversion, it may be necessary to insulate any external walls, roof and flooring for the area to be deemed as fit for habitable standards. Here are a few guidelines on insulation methods;
New windows need to achieve a U Value of at least 2.0W/m2K for PVC or timber frames and 2.2W/m2K for metal frames. Usually, this can be achieved using a sealed double glazed unit and incorporating a 16mm air gap and inner pane of low-E type glass.
Walls need to achieve a U Value of approximately 0.35W/m2K. This can normally be achieved by dry lining the wall. However, the performance of individual insulation methods will differ.
Floors need to achieve a U Value of approximately 0.25W/m2K. This can normally be achieved using 100mm of polystyrene floor insulation.
The roof will need to achieve a U Value of approximately 0.25W/m2K for a flat roof or 0.16W/m2K where a loft space is apparent.
Ventilation: Windows in a garage conversion must incorporate an area that can be opened that is the equivalent of 1/20th of the entire floor area of the space. Trickle vents must be used to provide background ventilation of 8000mm2 for any habitable room or 4000mm2 for any other room. In cases where a kitchen, utility room, bathroom or toilet is being created, mechanical ventilation may also be required.
Safety/escape: Generally speaking, a clear opening of around 0.33m2 with an opening width and height of at least 450mm s must be provided in scenarios where a garage conversion can only be accessed via a second room i.e. using the kitchen. Additionally, the bottom of the opening should be below 1100mm above floor level.
The above points will give you a better idea when you are creating your garage conversion plans – allowing for the alterations to be included in the work at various stages. By taking into account any additional materials and labour required, you can also factor these aspects into your overall project budget, therefore avoiding any costly surprises further down the line.
It is important to note that every garage conversion will differ – depending on the type of garage that you have (i.e. single, detached, double, tandem etc.) its size, condition and suitability for conversion. To this end, it's vitally important to check with your local authority if you are unsure as to any aspects of building regulations or how they apply to your specific garage or conversion project.
The practice of adhering to building regulations is generally an ongoing task. It is standard practice for a building control officer to check your building work at regular intervals. The purpose of this is to check on any progress and confirm adherence to any applicable building regulations. During this time, if you are unsure about any aspects of government building regulations he/she should be able to provide you with further advice. Additionally, you may need to obtain planning permission for a garage conversion, so investigate both options fully.

Run us through the different stages of the Garage conversion process - what's involved?

Once you have planned out how you will use your garage conversion, how it will look, and how it will function within the house as a whole for you and any future inhabitants, it is time to begin the process of brining the conversion room into being.
Constructing your Garage Conversion
For most people looking to carry out a garage conversion, it is easiest to look at each element of the build step by step to make sure that you get each of the separate elements right.
Foundations
You should expect when carrying out a garage conversion to have to take up a part of the foundations in order to erect a wall where the garage door would previously have been. A neat, simple solution to avoid great volumes of excavation, muck away, and concrete foundations is to set lintels just below ground level which are able to bear on sound masonry or existing foundations on each end.

A Guide to carrying out a Garage Conversion
How to go about putting together a garage conversion: Construction, cost, and permission.
Once you have planned out how you will use your garage conversion, how it will look, and how it will function within the house as a whole for you and any future inhabitants, it is time to begin the process of brining the conversion room into being.
Constructing your Garage Conversion
For most people looking to carry out a garage conversion, it is easiest to look at each element of the build step by step to make sure that you get each of the separate elements right.
Foundations
You should expect when carrying out a garage conversion to have to take up a part of the foundations in order to erect a wall where the garage door would previously have been. A neat, simple solution to avoid great volumes of excavation, muck away, and concrete foundations is to set lintels just below ground level which are able to bear on sound masonry or existing foundations on each end.
Floor
Due to fire regulations, it is likely that the floor in the garage will be set noticeably lower down than the floor across the rest of the ground level. This floor will have to be raised to come into line with the rest of the house. When raising the floor level, the floor will need to be protected from rising damp and insulated to a certain degree too. It is not required by building regulations that the floor in the garage conversion is brought into line with the rest of the house, but it is usually considered good practice to do so in order to make it feel more like part of the rest of the home.
Walls
Some will be lucky enough to have a fully integral garage with walls fit for use in a living space. However, many will find that it is necessary to bring a single brick course wall up to the building regulations standards insofar as moisture and insulation are concerned. The weatherproofing and insulation of outside walls can be carried out in numerous ways, but a good solution is to create an independent stud wall built off a damp course on top of a couple of courses of bricks laid 75mm clear of the external wall. The space between the two walls will easily accommodate services and insulating materials before the plasterboard is fitted.
Windows
The windows you fit to your garage conversion will not require planning permission, but under today’s regulations they will need to be double glazed and energy efficient. For aesthetic purposes, it is best to choose designs similar to, or the same as, those used around the rest of the house. If building control deems the new room to be an inner room, meaning that it is accessed via another room rather than a separate hallway, then one of its windows must be large enough for inhabitants to escape through in the event of a fire.
Ventilation and Insulation
Ventilation will need to be arranged via air bricks or trickle vents, and the walls, floor, and roof will need to be insulated to a degree set out by building regulations.
Heating
The heating system used in the new room will depend upon both the existing heating system and the depth of the floor in the garage conversion. A floor which is at least 150mm deep can accommodate a wet underfloor heating system as part of the existing heating set-up in the rest of the house. If the floor is of a depth below 150mm then an electric underfloor heating system can be considered, or else additional radiators can be added to the existing system. Always check with your heating engineer that your current boiler can cope with an additional radiator before adding one to the system.
Getting Permission for a Garage Conversion
Most of the time, it is not necessary to acquire planning permission for a garage conversion, but some exceptions do exist:
- Listed buildings do require planning permission for a garage conversion
- Works which increase the volume of the building are classed as extensions, and therefore require planning permission
- Buildings which have been stripped of their Permitted Development Rights do require planning permission
- Garage conversions which are to be used as offices for businesses do require planning permission

How can someone tell if their loft is suitable for conversion?

For those planning a loft conversion we’ve included what you need to know before embarking on the project below, so that you can make sure you have a suitable roof/property for the conversion and that you meet all planning requirements and building regulations. To ensure that the project is successful many people will use a chartered surveyor to advise them on the project, or even to manage it. If you need help finding a chartered surveyor please use our Find a Craftsman service.
Is Your Loft Suitable for a Conversion?
Not every home is suitable for a loft. When considering a loft conversion there are three things to consider, the available head height, the pitch angle and the type of roof structure. These all need to be checked to know if your loft will be suitable as it is important that there will be enough space to allow for an adequate-sized room, and that there is space for stairs and a safe exit and entrance.
Available Head Height – the usable part of the roof should be at least 2.2m. To make sure this is the case take a measurement from the bottom of the ridge timber to the top of the ceiling joist.
Pitch Angle – a high pitch angle (40° or over) will mean that the central head height is also high, and that with the help of dormers or a roof redesign the floor area can be increased.
Roof constructions with gable end walls (fig. 1) are easier to convert than those with hipped roofs, where the roof slopes inwards at either ends. These gable - or party-ended walls can usually support new beams which may be required for the conversion. Hipped roofs (fig. 2) are more complicated unless there are load-bearing cross walls. If not, then extra beams will need to be inserted to support any secondary beams. This same problem also arises in intersecting pitched roofs with valleys (fig. 3), which will need new timber beams unless internal cross walls already exist. Additionally, new columns or walls may be required at the intersections for support.
One problem that many homes (especially post-1960 homes) suffer from is that they have factory-made truss roofs which have no load-bearing structures underneath, as they use new techniques which are designed to be easy to erect. Roofs like this will require extra beams or joists adding. Traditional framed roofs (typically found in the pre-1960s) have more structural input and are normally more suitable for loft conversions. All the reasons above explain why loft conversions are so popular in Victorian terraces.
Low Ceilings
If your initial assessment shows that you have a low ceiling, i.e. less than 2.2m height, then you have two solutions to consider. Both can be costly, so it's important to get quotes for the work before embarking on your project.
Raise The Roof - this would involve either removing some or all of the roof. It's a costly activity and would require planning permission as well as covered scaffolding to keep the rain out.
Lower the Ceiling Below – this is most definitely not a DIY job. If you have rooms below the loft that have 3m or more of ceiling height then you could lower the height of these rooms. This will require all of the existing ceilings to be removed and a new plate bolting to the wall for the new floor to hang from, and for a tie to be created between the roof structure and dwarf wall, so as to prevent roof spreading.
Other Considerations - other factors that need to be considered include where the staircase will go and whether there's enough room; insulation in the loft; position of windows and dormers; and fire safety as it's important that there is no increase in the risk of a fire once a new loft and staircase have been installed.
Building Regulations
Approval by building regulations is always required for loft extensions so it is advisable to book an appointment with your local building control department well in advance of when you plan to start your conversion. The building control officers can advise you on whether your loft will be suitable and safe to use.
You should also contact your local planning authority to discuss the conversion before starting any work. They will advise you as to whether you will need planning permission.
Planning Permission for a Loft Conversion
Planning permission will only be required if the loft extends or alters the roof and exceeds any of the conditions below. There must also be an attempt for any roof extension to match the characteristics for the property.
If you are creating additional roof space for the loft conversion then that space may not exceed:
40 cubic metres for terraced houses
50 cubic metres for detached and semi-detached houses
Additionally, any loft conversion will not require planning permission if it meets the following criteria:
The extension may not extend beyond the plane of the existing roof slope of the property.
The extension cannot be higher than the highest part of the existing roof.
Windows within 10.5 metres of a boundary on the side elevation of a roof slope will need to be obscure-glazed or non-opening, to protect the privacy of your neighbours.
The materials used in the roof extension must match, as much as possible, the appearance of the existing property.
Planning permission will be required for roof extensions in conservation areas, national parks, areas of outstanding natural beauty or World Heritage Sites. Speak to your local planning authority if the building is listed.
Planning Your Loft Conversion
We hope this guide is useful for people planning a loft conversion. For more advice on planning your project please visit /consumer-advice/planning-your-project.aspx.
Why not use the service of a chartered surveyor to advise you and/or project manage your building extension for you. Our Find a Craftsman service will help you find chartered surveyors in your area.
For help finding a craftsman who can help you install your conservatory, please search the extensive database of tradesmen at http://www.findacraftsman.com/.

Run us through the different stages in the loft conversion process - what’s involved?

Typical Loft Conversion Process
Initial consultation
Submission of written quote detailing all work to be carried out
Preparation of plans based on clients requirements upon acceptance of quote
Building Regulations Application is submitted to local authority
Building regulations approval acquired, local authority and client notified of commencement date
Exterior scaffolding erected around property
Opening cut into the roof space for access which is then weather-proofed
Interior work begins with removal / re-location of water tank
Central heating upgraded
Former access hatch sealed off and plastered over
Steel plates and heavy duty steel beams installed into load bearing walls and secured
New floor joists installed
Window access or dormer built, installed, insulated and skimmed
The new windows supplied and fitted
Form new timber framed walls and lay over with plasterboard
First fix plumbing and electrical work completed
Cut new loft access and install staircase
Complete second fix electrical and plumbing work
Plaster all walls
Install mains operated smoke detectors
Finish off and remove all waste, rubbish and materials from property
At this point the councils building control officers will make their final site inspections having made already made previous visits during the building work.
Time frame to complete all the building work is usually around eight weeks.
The above step by step loft conversion will be fairly typical of how a specialist builder would approach the task.

How long have you been in business?

Marshalls is a Family Run Business that has been operational since 1901

What guarantee does your work come with?

Guarantees are different to whatever the project is, this will be agreed with each individual client.

What do you love most about your job?

Providing a service & finished product that our clients love & appreciate.
Seeing a project through from start to finish.

What inspired you to start your own business?

As an individual i have a very strong & determined work ethic. Construction has been in the family since 1901 and i wanted to carry on in the footsteps of my Grandfarther.

Why should our clients choose you?

We work with our clients through varying contract types, from design and build, negotiated, partnering, traditional, to full turnkey contracts. Our reputation for attention to detail, safety, quality of service and commitment to our clients’ requirements has meant that the majority of our work is through repeat business and client referral – of which we are extremely proud.

Services provided by Marshall Building Contractors

Services

Facilities Management

Marshall (Facilities Management) Ltd was established in 2001 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marshall Holdings Ltd. The company undertakes all aspects of planned and reactive maintenance work, 24hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, throughout the whole of the UK. We have a strong nucleus of core clients whilst tendering / negotiating for new clients and their respective agents for other avenues of work. Our attention to Quality, Environment and Safety issues has enabled the company to be awarded accreditation in ISO 9001, 14001 & OHSAS 18001. Our experience and knowledge, enables us to implement any planned or reactive work discharging our own ‘on the books’ multi skilled operatives to react calmly and positively to our clients requirements and needs.

Marshall Joinery

Marshall (Joinery) Ltd was established in 1960 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marshall Holdings Ltd. The Company undertakes every aspect of Timber / UPvC incorporated within the construction process throughout the whole of the UK. We supply and fix all joinery / UPvC to our existing nucleus of core clients, whilst tendering or negotiating with new clients and their respective agents for other projects. We have a healthy financial position that continues to grow, focusing on our clients personal requirements per project. Our attention to Quality, Environment and Safety issues has enabled the company to be awarded accreditation in ISO 9001, 14001 & OHSAS 18001. Our experience and knowledge, enables us to plan calmly and positively to the clients requirements and targets.

Marshall Homes

Our aim is to help build your future. We want to make your home buying experience as pleasant, simple and rewarding as possible. Marshall Homes is a bespoke residential builder, so we are able to take a personal interest and the greatest of care in every home we build. We will provide: •High specification design and functionality •Quality materials and construction •Energy efficiency as a prime consideration •A range of homes to suit all budgets Buying a home is one of the most significant purchases we will make in our lives. Marshall Homes can help you every step of the way in making sure you purchase a home that is right for you. Please contact us for more information. Marshall Homes are pleased to announce they are now part of the Help to Buy equity loan scheme which is HM Government-backed. All Marshall Homes up to the value of £600,000 could qualify for the scheme. The Help to Buy equity loan scheme aims to make mortgages more readily available to those who cannot afford a large deposit. The Scheme is available to first-time buyers and those already on the property ladder who want to take the next step, the scheme requires just a 5% deposit and a mortgage of up to 75% of the value of the property.

Public Sector

We have a wealth of experience working directly for Local Government and Public Sector clients, such as the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Schools and the Fire Service. We fully understand the importance of minimising down time to public services whilst building works are underway, and our skilled team is experienced in undertaking work in all manner of live public service environments. At Marshalls, we will adapt to any situation, such as for our clients within the education sector who may require a tight programme of works during school holidays, or undertaking phased work projects that allow vital public services to keep functioning. At Marshalls, we can be trusted to deliver value for money, high quality build solutions with safety and security being paramount to our operations.

Sports & Leisure

Using modern construction skills and working in collaboration with specialist designs teams when required, we are able build high quality sports and leisure developments that are bespoke and multi-use. Where road access is required, we can undertake Section 278 works for clients; and in order to minimise disruption to client services whilst work is being undertaken, we will work seamlessly and professionally allowing sports and leisure facilities to remain open – with examples being The Galpharm Stadium and Kingsgate Shopping Centre, Huddersfield. Following project completion, we also provide planned and reactive maintenance services for clients.

Commercial

At Marshalls, we have a large and long-standing commercial client-base. Whether we are contracted to design and construct a warehouse; undertake refurbishment of a multi-storey office building seeking BREEAM rating, or the conversion of a Listed Building into work and commercial space, we endeavor to always set the bar and deliver outstanding buildings. We work closely with the client, designers and other partners to provide value for money and sustainable solutions that will maximise the return on our clients’ investment.

Retail

We offer multi-disciplinary construction and fit out services to our retail clients, such as conversion of existing retail units, refurbishments, extensions and alterations, and managing landlord requirements. We are also highly knowledgeable in sustainable building design and experienced in minimising the energy demands of a building. At Marshalls, we are able to make highway alterations and improve the layout of retail park spaces through effective pathways and attractive landscaping.

Private Sector

We can undertake any construction project and our private sector clients range from private homeowners and developers, educational establishments, through to charities such as The Forget Me Not Childrens Trust. We appreciate that choosing the right construction company for your project is crucial and that is why will we work with you at every step of the way. Over the years, we have earned an enviable reputation for reliability, honesty and quality workmanship, ensuring that each and every project we undertake is finished to the highest standard with client satisfaction being paramount.

Work history from Marshall Building Contractors

Work History

General Manger / Director

Marshall Building Contractors

Currently works here.

General Manager / Director of Marshall Building Contractors Ltd / Marshall Joinery Ltd / Marshall Facilities Management Ltd / Marshall Homes

Projects

Travelodge Burtonwood

Design and build of a new 60 bedroom 3 storey Travelodge with retail space on the ground floor.

KIngsgate Shopping Centre, Huddersfield

Extension and refurbishment of the existing Kingsgate Shopping Centre, including removing the existing roof whilst the busy shopping centre remained open

Harvester Pub, Burtonwood.

Design and build of a new Harvester Pub at Burtonwood, Warrington.

Normanton & Featherstone Swimming Pools.

Design and build of two municipal swimming pools on behalf of Wakefield Council – one at Normanton and one at Featherstone.

Mixed Use Development, Darlington

Working for a private developer, this development was built on the former Torrington Works Industrial Site. The first phase of construction at the 20 acre site on Yarm Road, is home to a new four-storey Travelodge, containing: 60 bedrooms, a Toby Carvery, up to 4,000 sq ft of retail/restaurant space, and a speculative 17,000 sq ft industrial/warehouse scheme. Marshall (Building Contractors) Ltd also undertook extensive Section 278 works to form a new highway route and access to the development.

Starbucks, Warrington

Design and build of a new Starbucks Unit at Burtonwood, Warrington.

Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield

Design and build of the front entrance extension and fitting out of the Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield. The Stadium was live and open during the works.

Travelodge Lostock

Design and build of a new 55 bedroom Travelodge and associated external works.

Elland, Crematorium

Extensive alteration and extension works to the existing crematorium in Elland, including the removal and replacement of No.3 (should this be just the word ‘three’) cremators on behalf of Calderdale Council. The crematorium remained operational throughout the whole contract period.

Yorkshire Air Ambulance

The development of an existing building for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance to use as their helicopter hangar and flight operations centre. The redevelopment included accommodation quarters for pilots and staff, a state of the art operation control centre as well as a BBC television production suite.

West Yorkshire Fire Service, Close Call House, Castleford

A project for West Yorkshire Fire Service comprising of new accommodation and living quarters for Castleford Fire Station, to enable members of the watch to stay on the station overnight.

Urmston Grammer School

A complex first floor extension over an existing gymnasium and changing area within a live school environment. The new extension was built to create more classroom and social areas for the existing school.

Cross Street, Manchester

Refurbishment of an eight storey office building in the heart of the City Centre to a BREEAM rating of very good.

APS Bradley, Huddersfield

Design and build of new warehouse and office facility on behalf of one of our partnering mechanical and electrical contractors, Advanced Power Systems Ltd.

Denford, Brighouse, West Yorkshire

Design and build of a new 20,000 sq.ft. industrial unit, inclusive of offices and fitting out works.

Bradbury Brothers, Milnsbridge

Design and build of speculative starter units in Milnsbridge, Huddersfield on behalf of Bradbury Brothers Ltd.

Holly Tree Grange - Skelmanthorpe

Holly Tree Grange was constructed over a 18 month period from 2015 to 2016 and is a contemporary 7-property gated mews in the heart of Skelmanthorpe, Huddersfield comprising of 4 and 5 bedroom detached dwellings. The homes were of a high specification and provided low maintenance and energy efficient solutions to modern living. They were thoughtfully designed to maximise living potential and storage space. The site was set within an old quarry and benefitted from the privacy this provided. The houses were constructed traditionally from stone and block, Marshall Cromwell rustic walling stone and Bradstone old quarried pre cast roof slates. All windows and doors have sawn stone heads, cills, jambs and mullions, with double glazed upvc windows. Each property benefitted from either a single or double garage, a patio area and fully turfed private rear garden.

Holly Tree Court - Dalton

Holly Tree Court was constructed in 2014 and is a contemporary 7-property gated mews in the heart of Dalton, Huddersfield comprising of 2 and 3 bedroom terraces. The homes were of a high specification and provided low maintenance and energy efficient solutions to modern living. They were thoughtfully designed to maximise living potential and storage space. As the site was set within the grounds of an old manor house, the development benefitted from a communal landscaped garden to the front of the site, which was specifically designed to enhance the local ecology. The houses were constructed from timber frames, Marshall Cromwell rustic walling stone, and Marley Rivendale roof slates, with double glazed timber windows. Each property benefitted with 2 off-road parking spaces, a patio area and fully turfed private rear garden.

Holly Tree Mews - Normanton

Holly Tree Mews is a contemporary 15-property development in Normanton comprising of 2 and 3 bedroom detached, semi and terraced homes. With its excellent location for commuting, Normanton is within easy reach of Wakefield, Huddersfield, Leeds and York, but still has accessible countryside walks on its door step. This development is ideally situated for all your needs. The homes are of the highest specification and provide low maintenance and energy efficient solutions to modern living. They have been thoughtfully designed to maximise living potential and storage space. The houses benefit from timber frame construction, with brick, render and timber cladding to the walls. The roof has Marley Modern roof slates, with UPVC Fascia and soffits. All windows and doors are double glazed upvc windows. This enables us to meet current energy saving construction standards. Each property comes with two off-road parking spaces, a patio area and fully turfed private rear garden. To keep the site maintained there will be a small yearly charge for the upkeep and this will be charged monthly.

Cliffewood Rise, Clayton West - Huddersfield

Nestled in open countryside between Leeds and Sheffield, the village of Clayton West is one of a number of former textile mill settlements in the highly desirable Denby Dale area. With its excellent location for commuting, Clayton West is within easy reach of Wakefield, Huddersfield, Leeds, Barnsley and Sheffield, but still remains surrounded by countryside. This development is ideally situated for all your needs. Cliffewood Rise offers a unique contemporary 5-property gated mews, comprising of 4 bedroom detached executive homes. The homes are of a high specification and provide low maintenance and energy efficient solutions to modern living. They have been thoughtfully designed to maximise living potential and storage space. The site is set to take advantage of views of the valley up to Skelmanthorpe and Bagden Wood. Tucked away from any main roads with no passing traffic and yet only minutes from local conveniences. The development benefits from its location being on the Clayton West/Scissett border, allowing a choice of facilities including schools, medical centres, swimming pool and leisure facilities, restaurants and pubs. The houses benefit from timber frame construction with Marshall Cromwell pitched walling stone and Marley modern roof tiles. All windows and doors have art stone heads, cills and jambs with double glazed upvc windows. This enables us to meet current energy saving construction standards whilst maintaining traditional aesthetics. Plot 1, 2 and 3 benefit from garages and all plots have off-road parking spaces. All plots have a patio area and fully turfed private rear garden. To keep the site maintained there will be a small yearly charge towards the communal areas and the site entrance gates. To register for interest email enquiries@marshallhomes.org

Huddersfield Sports Centre

Strip out of Cafeteria and installation of new gymnasium to match existing specification within a 5 week turnaround. All walls to be fire boarded, New suspended ceiling including lights and air-conditioning units, 1 wall to be fully mirrored, decorations to all walls and woodwork and installation of new flooring / matting which was supplied by the client

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Full House Refurbishment

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Leeds College Of Music

Planned Maintenence

Travelodge Hotels

24 Hour Reactive Maintenance Nationwide Planned Maintenance

TNT International Courier Service

24 Hour Reactive Maintenance Nationwide Planned Maintenance

Kirklees Active Leisure

24 Hour Reactive Maintenance Planned Maintenance

West Yorkshire Fire Service

24 Hours Reactive Maintenance Planned Maintenance

Kingsgate Shopping Centre - Huddersfield

24 Hour Reactive Maintenance Planned Maintenance

Vailliant - Elland

24 Hour Reactive Maintenance Planned Maintenance

Strongclose Day Nursery - Keighley

Basement Conversion

Sharman Multicom Limited - Manchester

Replacement boundary Palisade Fencing

Reinwood School Oaks - Huddersfield

Installation of Eco Pathway from the school to main public walkway through the school wooded area

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2 Storey House Extension

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2 Storey House Extension New decked area to rear of property New steps to Front of property including metal handrails

Northbar Limited

24 Hour Reactive Maintenance Planned Maintenance

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