Parrott Construction complete renovations on unique Luton site and start work on new project in Biggleswade
Renovations on unique Luton site completed by Parrott Construction
It has been a very busy time for Parrott Construction, who have just completed renovation work at the historic and unique Sir Herbert Janes Village in Luton before starting a new project at London Road, Biggleswade.
The company undertook the renovation project at Sir Herbert Janes Village, which was originally built in 1955 to provide retirement and sheltered housing in the local community, for client Aldwyck Housing Group. While the residents remained in occupation, work on re-roofing, replacement rainwater goods, brickwork repairs and new fascias and soffits was carried out on 46 bungalows.
“I would like to congratulate Parrott Construction on a job well done on a ‘unique’ and at times challenging site,” said the scheme manager.
“I would also like to mention the on-site management and sometimes hands-on approach of, for the most part, Zeb Massey, and also Russell Eady, who provided temporary cover. Both site managers ensured that the project ran as smoothly as possible, and dealt with all aspects of the contract in a professional manner.”
New works started in London Road, Biggleswade’
No sooner had the work at Sir Herbert Janes Village been completed, Parrott Construction started a new project at London Road, Biggleswade, which includes the design and construction of six houses. Three of the houses will be for Affordable rent and three will be Shared Ownership. The development, for regular client Aragon Housing Association, will be completed by July 2016.