Our dedicated in-house construction arm is integral to our success.

Our construction team is involved in each project from start to finish. From assisting land acquisitions or influencing design at the concept stage, through to the management of detailed design deliverables.

Speed and quality

Early engagement of our construction team ultimately allows for quicker starts on site. We complete our projects on time and maximise return on investment. We ensure full control of cost and programme.

Experienced team

Our senior construction management team have proven track records of delivering projects from inception to completion across sectors including residential, office, retail, logistics, education, health care, leisure and civil infrastructure projects.


We are agile and respond quickly to project changes. We also manage external factors such as market forces or new legislation.

Health and safety

We have a full set of ISO accreditations on Occupational Health and Safety Management, Quality Management Systems and Environmental Management Systems.

Excellent Considerate Constructors Scheme scores

We score highly on The Code of Considerate Practice in all areas: respecting the community, caring for the environment, and valuing the workforce.

Off-site manufacturing experts

Our team are experts in innovation. We often use highly efficient solutions for greater speed, quality, safety and value – and to reduce our carbon footprint.

Holistic approach

We encourage our teams to take a holistic approach, completing snag-free, on time and on budget.

Early engagement

Early engagement in the design process allows for quicker starts on site, removing the main contractor procurement process.

The Haydon 1BR Living Room

The Compton in 2016 is one of the first cast metal clad buildings of its scale in Europe. A series of projecting bays with intricate leaf motif embossed panels run vertically, with the curvature producing a distinctive and seamless façade reminiscent of the nearby mansion blocks. With emphasis on both the aesthetics and the functionality of the structure, over 1,000 designs were developed for the patterns of the aluminium bays.

The shortlist was then assessed in terms of texture and outline, to ensure that they would capture the right amount of light on the surface of the building. This architecturally striking apartment building completed in 2018 and is now an integral part of the St John’s Wood landscape.