Teesdale Housing Association, Middlesbrough.

Appointed by North Star Housing Group Ltd, Hodgson Sayers was brought in to renew garden walls and paving for 50 terraced houses. This has helped to  rejuvenate and bring uniformity to the street. Objectives: • Liaise with asset management surveyor, Andy Moses and keep him up-to-date with progress. • Renew garden walls and paving so...... Read more

civil works for the utilities sector

Hodgson Sayers, following the successful completion of a number of projects was appointed to undertake civil works at various locations across the North of England including York, Sheffield, Leeds and South Tyneside for a client operating within the utilities sector. Each project was typically 10-12 weeks in total. Other work taking place included demolition, installation...... Read more

Dame Dorothy Primary School, Sunderland

Through a tender process, the company was appointed to carry out flat roofing to Dame Dorothy Primary School. The six week project took place during the summer holidays to avoid disruption to the teaching schedule. A team of seven people worked on the project including one apprentice. Sunderland City Council has invested significant funding to...... Read more

Leeds Trinity University

Hodgson Sayers provided a liquid applied membrane to the existing roof covering at Leeds Trinity University. A team of six, including one apprentice worked on the three month project. Objectives The existing roof covering was nearing the end of its serviceable life span The team covered the new roof with a liquid applied membrane that...... Read more

Hudson Road Primary School, Sunderland

The company was appointed to reroof two areas at Hudson Road Primary School. A six-strong team worked on the project during the 2019 summer holiday. Objectives: The main roof had come to the end of its life and required a Bauder total roof overlay VCL, 120mm insulation, underlay and cap sheet. This provided high tensile...... Read more

Beamish Museum, Spain’s Field Farm

Hodgson Sayers was appointed to provide a traditional roof covering to Spain’s Field Farm, part of Beamish Museum’s new 1950s town development. As part of a £10.9 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund for the Remaking Beamish project, the funding is helping the museum to create new ways for visitors to experience the heritage...... Read more