Wakefield College Refurbishment
Client: Wakefield College
The refurbishment of Wakefield College’s Radcliffe building (3rd & 4th Floors) was undertaken within an extremely concentrated programme duration due to the client restrictions. The project was delivered on schedule and on budget.
The scheme required close liaison with the building users due to the ‘live’ nature of the building, with students and staff still operating in the building throughout the duration of the project. Hightown also worked closely with the client to assist in the decant of the areas and the temporary relocation of staff and students prior to the commencement of the works.
Why Hightown Group?
It’s not just the experience that we have with managing new builds and refurbishments that sets us apart. We’re committed to being a transparent business that is fully customer focused and delivers on expectations. That’s one of the reasons why many of our clients come back to us again and again.
Not only do we believe in delivering the best, we’re a family owned business that cares passionately about the environment. All our practices and processes have sustainability running through them, whether that’s sourcing the right materials from local suppliers or ensuring that all our waste is recycled or repurposed rather than disposed of in landfill.
Our clients include some well-known, international names that span a range of sectors. Whether you operate in the education, aviation, research, residential or pharmaceutical sectors, or somewhere else entirely, Hightown Group ensure you get a construction team that know how to deliver.
If you’re looking to build a relationship with a main contractor you can count on, get in touch with the team at Hightown Group today..
“AG Hill Chartered Building Services Engineers have worked successfully with Hightown Construction on several projects across the University spectrum. Hightown proved that they are very client orientated and non-contractual, open to advice and ideas from outside of their structure with a very flexible and progressive attitude to construction delivery, more akin to the partnering arrangements suggested by Latham as the ideal methodology with which to approach construction, as opposed to the more common adversarial method”.