“The breadth and skills of CambridgeHok is really exciting as it enables us to give clients the advice and service they feel confident with all under one roof.”
Our in-house construction team has the experience and expertise to undertake the largest of construction projects.
Either standalone buildings such as offices, warehouses, energy centres and storage units or external works such as site clearance, roads, drainage, pathways, car parks or substations. Our construction team work with CambridgeHOK, or on their own as CambridgeHOK Construction, to provide true turnkey solutions to our clients.
Starting from a site survey of your proposed project, we can then export and overlay the results of the survey onto drawings and images. Using this information and continuing to work closely with you we can create the most economical development proposal that suits your needs. We can then fully design and undertake any construction or ground works for your new project. We have vast experience in working with Building Control, Planners, Utility Companies and other statuary bodies; using this we can ensure your project is delivered as smoothly as possible and within the agreed timescales.
The added benefit of working with the CambridgeHOK Construction team is the integration and “joined up thinking” of working with one contractor. Thisall under-one-roof way of working brings with it an efficient project and an effective execution. This means fewer errors or delays, it reduces client risk and ultimately results in a building we are proud to put our name too.
However, we also work purely as a contractor, so if your project plans are already underway or well advanced and you are just looking for someone to turn them into a reality, then we would love to receive your enquiry today.
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