Tuesday, May 10, 2016

News: Contract wins for Rotherham construction firms


Rotherham-based Wath Construction has been named as a principal contractor in Barnsley where the multi-million pound regeneration of Hoyland town centre is underway.

Developer Resilienti has appointed Wath Construction and Britcon will be handling building work on the £4.5m redevelopment project. 

Wath Construction, in Wath-Upon-Dearne, has been responsible for the demolition and site clearance of the former NHS medical centre off Duke Street and the construction of a new 74 space car park on the site, as well as the demolition and site clearance of St Andrews Church Hall, on Market Street Hoyland. 

Wath is currently re-developing the former car park off Southgate which will become the new Hoyland market site with 30 stalls, three kiosks, a disabled toilet, wash room and 26-space car park.


Lewis Monfredi, director at Wath Construction, said: "We are proud to be appointed as one of the principal contractors on an exciting local project that will regenerate the town and make a real difference to the community.

"The project is vital to the future of Hoyland and we look forward to creating a vibrant town centre for people to live and work."

Building and civil engineering firm Britcon has been appointed as contractor for building a new 12,000 sq ft supermarket, Boyes’ new 6,000 sq ft department store on Market Street, a Ladbrokes betting shop and two other retail outlets. 

Kerrie Whiteley, managing director of Lincolnshire-based Resilienti, said: "Bringing these contractors on board represents a real step forward in our development plans for Hoyland. We look forward to working with them to realise the vision for a revitalised town centre."

Another Rotherham construction firm, Sanderson Building Services, has secured a place on the YORbuild2 Contractors Framework Agreement - the procurement solution for public sector construction work across the Yorkshire & Humber region and neighbouring areas.

Based at Swinton, Sanderson will be able to bid for work valued up to £250,000 under the framework which will initially be for a period of four years, but has an option to extend for a further two years.

YORBuild website

Images: Barnsley Council


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