A large percentage of Huck Constructions workload is in the commercial sector, both leisure/retail and industrial. We appreciate the need for these projects to be completed without delay and as efficiently as possible, in order to maintain the smooth running of the premises and our clients’ businesses.
John Deere Nantwich Full – Showroom Refurbishment (value: £780K+)
Full Refurbishment of existing site, including new staff and visitor car parks, office blocks, storage and sales areas, roof replacement, mechanical and electrical installations, composite cladding to all external walls, curtain walling to corner elevation and the creation of new access roads.
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Fylde Sports and Education Centre – Wesham
Groundworks and new build specialist sports and education centre.
Pavers Infill – Affinity Outlet Village, Lancashire (value: £70K)
Project consisted of forming an extension to the existing Pavers store at the Affinity Outlet Village In Lancashire. The extension was formed in a large recess between two stores, careful considerations were made for public safety as the work was located by the entrance of the centre. This is the fourth project completed on this retail site in the past 12 months.
Scotts Cellar Store Fit-out – Liverpool
Complete fit out of a new off license in Liverpool City Centre. Formation of new store rooms, office and toilet facilities as well as bespoke joinery work to ensure the result was entirely appropriate and efficient for use.
Clifton Park Hotel – Lytham St Annes (value: £240K)
Extension and formation of new entrance into existing hotel. Work was carried out with careful planning and consideration while hotel remained in use. Demolition of the existing structure was carried out, followed by the construction of the extension including a new foyer, reception and entrance. Externally a raised outdoor seating area and entranceway was created with bespoke water features. The project included specialist stonework, curtain walling and mechanical and electrical installations.
Jump Rush, Morecambe
Purpose built new build of a 2500 m2 town centre leisure facility. Accommodating a state of the art trampoline area and assault courses, a café and viewing gallery, amenities and offices. Despite working to an extremely tight deadline, Huck Construction were able to complete the project two weeks ahead of schedule.
Tebay Service Station
Works included the construction of a new, substantially sized, modern and specialised dining area added to the existing building at Tebay service Station. The timber, glass, stone and slate structure made the most of the stunning views and was in keeping with the character of the existing building and the surrounding rural area. The project was completed whilst allowing the other businesses on site to remain fully functional 24 hours a day.
Bamber Bridge Units
New build of a steel framed building, creating 5 new retail units on an existing supermarket carpark. This project included carrying out all associated groundworks and external works, whilst leaving the surrounding area and businesses as unaffected as possible.
Work completed on a historic and well known town building in a conservation area, including the erection of structural scaffolding to hold the existing building securely in place whilst works were carried out. The existing front and side elevations were demolished and replaced with modern zinc cladding.
Train Museum, Lytham
New build steel framed building with brick and stonework infill, design and finish was in keeping with the overall theme of the build and sympathetic to the surrounding Ribble Valley area.
Renovation of the previous football museum into the headquarters of the Heartbeat charity. Works included construction of gym areas, changing rooms, offices and all other associated works.
Arkwright House, Age Concern Headquarters – Heritage Building
Arkwright is a grade 1 listed building situated within the busy city of Preston. We have completed a variety of projects at Arkwright House and always ensure that we adhere to the strict standards and working practices issued by English Heritage.