We’ve given our traditional, modular and tensile building divisions their own Collinson brand identity, and explained in more detail on our website how the divisions can support our clients to achieve their goals.
The move reflects our diversification in recent years to include modular construction methods which sees us manufacturing our own modular units at our state-of-the-art production facility in Lancashire.
It also reinforces our move towards traditional main contracting projects across the region and our original expertise as a leader in tensile buildings.
Rob Duxbury, managing director of Collinson Construction, comments: “We want our customers and the wider property community to understand all the different ways we can help them. Our sector focus is still on education, sports and leisure, industrial and commercial, but for some time we’ve been utilising different techniques to deliver buildings in these sectors.
“Giving each of these building techniques its own Collinson identity will help show our customers exactly what we can provide. We’re also getting involved in more projects that require a mix of these three building techniques and we can work with our clients to offer a solution that helps them achieve their goals.”
Collinson is currently working on the construction of a new £3.8m training centre for Ealing Trailfinders Rugby and Cricket Clubs which utilises modular, tensile and traditional elements.
We are also on the verge of completing a full-size indoor training facility for Crystal Palace Football Club’s Academy in South London.
Our other recent projects have included a £1.73m sports facility at Durrington High School in West Sussex and a £2.1m modular teaching centre for Morecambe Bay Academy in Lancashire.