Crowngate, Birmingham City Centre (phase two)

As part of a framework agreement (EEM0028) with Efficiency East Midlands (EEM) and in conjunction with housing organisation, Midland Heart, Hodgson Sayers was appointed to undertake pitched roof replacements to a further 112 apartments as part of phase two of the project. A progressive project which has seen a varied team work on the external...... Read more

South Holland District Council, Spalding

Hodgson Sayers was appointed via a tender by Efficiency East Midlands to undertake roofing work to 217 bungalows in Spalding, Lincolnshire. The project commenced in June 2018 and is expected to finish in Spring 2019. The delivery of the works are managed from our Nottingham office. Objectives  At the outset, Hodgson Sayers held an open...... Read more

Educational Precinct (phase two)

Having completed phase one to carry out civil works to house a new transformer at the Educational Precinct at Northumbria University, the team was appointed to replace a second transformer. The civil and building works commenced at the end of May 2018. Contract manager, Darren Ellis and assistant contract manager, Chris Ingham, led the project...... Read more

Durhamgate North, Spennymoor

Ongoing work with Northern Powergrid has seen Hodgson Sayers appointed to construct a new substation at Durhamgate North Business Park. The team reported into Northern Power Grid and Meldrum Construction, the latter being assigned to develop the Business Park. Objectives Prior to the work commencing, the area was excavated and the trench detail was constructed...... Read more

Bothal Primary School, Ashington

Appointed via a tender process, Hodgson Sayers delivered four roof replacements at Bothal Primary School. A team of 14 worked on the project including subcontractors and multi-tradesmen. Capita was leading the project. Site foreman, Brian Thompson and contracts manager, Colin Howey led the project from Hodgson Sayers. Objectives The existing roofing had come to the...... Read more

Darlington social housing

The team was appointed by Darlington Council to strip and cover the roofs of 18 houses spread across three streets. A team of 12 worked on the project including three slater/tiler apprentices – David Crank, Bailey Goyns and Ben Seaward. Objectives: The existing concrete roof had been in place for over 30 years and had...... Read more