“TROX UK engaged Mixbrow to build an 1800 square metre warehouse at the back of our Thetford manufacturing site, together with an underground car park. The project was completed on time and on budget in February 2019. We are absolutely delighted with the end result. The project team worked extremely well together. All participants were easy to work with, highly competent, complimentary and constructive – there were excellent relationships formed between all parties in the team. The design work was completed efficiently and cleverly to deliver the requirements within a demanding budget. Planning proceeded smoothly and the build was completed on time. The site management managed the construction site safely and efficiently. There was very little room on site once the building started to go up, and Mixbrow site management worked very closely with the TROX team to ensure no disruption to our factory operations during the construction phases. Communication was
good at all times. We would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Mixbrow for similar projects elsewhere. We would be happy to give references upon request.”
Traditional building methods and modern materials combine seamlessly in the creation of this stunning bespoke family home, on Suffolk’s heritage coast.
The existing house has undergone extensive structural repairs and painstaking, sympathetic restoration works, to provide comfortable reception rooms, bathrooms and bedrooms. A substantial, two storey, rear extension has created an exceptional family kitchen and dining area, along with additional sleeping accommodation to the first floor.
The home is finished to an extraordinarily high standard, using top specification components and fixtures, installed by skilled craftsmen.
”Mixbrow did a brilliant job. Excellent attention to detail and quality; and went out of their way to be helpful and finish the project on time.”
Mixbrow Construction have successfully completed the Kingfisher Mother & Baby Unit (MBU) at Hellesden Hospital, Norwich, on behalf of the Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.
The eight-bed unit will ensure mums stay together with their babies, while receiving inpatient care, for conditions such as; severe post-natal depression, serious anxiety disorders and postpartum psychosis.
Work is progressing rapidly on the construction of a new storage and distribution building for TROX UK in Thetford. 184 pre-cast concrete floor slabs, each weighing up to 2.5 tonnes, have been craned into position, to form part of the 1860 square metre warehouse floor and ceiling of the 44 bay under-croft car park. 300 cubic metres of concrete have also been poured, to create the remaining warehouse floor section.
The steel framed warehouse structure, fabricated and erected by Nimmo Industrial Buildings of Kings Lynn, is nearing completion, with roofing and cladding works set to commence.
Working in partnership with Rees Pryer Architects of Bury St Edmunds, Superstructures Structural Engineers of Ipswich and Attleborough based BHA Consulting Civil Engineers, Mixbrow Construction is delivering a facility that maximises utilisation of the limited site space.
The project is on target for completion early 2019
In keeping with the company’s plan for sustainable growth and continual improvement, Mixbrow Construction are delighted to welcome three new members to its management team:
Mark Farrow joins us in the role of Estimator / Surveyor. Mark’s breadth of experience, having worked within local authority, social housing and main contracting environments, adds a new dimension to our team.
Ralph Rachael joins us in the role of Site Manager, utilising his extensive experience and knowledge to manage the alteration and refurbishment element of a new social housing scheme in Bury St Edmunds.
Mark Mann joins us in the role of Maintenance & Small Works Project Manager. Mark’s affable nature complements his efficient and very capable approach to the role, further strengthening our dynamic small works team.
These exciting appointments significantly enhance Mixbrow Construction’s capabilities and help us to achieve our vision of being a leader in construction and the benchmark against which our competitors are measured.
Work is progressing well on a new social housing scheme in Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich. The project, undertaken on behalf of Ipswich Borough Council, will provide seventeen much needed, affordable homes for the local community and is scheduled for completion in November 2019.
A project to build 36 new affordable and shared ownership apartments, on a disused site in Bury St Edmunds is making excellent progress. The development, on behalf of Havebury Housing Partnership, is situated on a former nightclub and snooker hall site, on Tayfen Road.
Demolition, piling and foundation works have already been completed and the construction of the external masonry envelope has commenced. Completion is scheduled for July 2019.
“Thank you for building us a fabulous new home and for all the support and advice throughout the process. You set very clear expectations of what you expected from us as the customer and what we could expect from you as main contractor. Any issues (and they were very few for a project this size) were handled swiftly and professionally. The care and quality shown by all workers was evident and Mick had excellent control of the site at all times. Mick’s attention to detail was exactly what we needed and he treated the project like it was his own. Overall, I would and in fact already have, recommend Mixbrow for similar projects.”Martin Jewers, New Farm, Shelland.
Working with Mixbrow you will soon discover that not all building contractors are the same.
We understand that because every client is different, every contract is different. With our flexible approach and ability to deliver solutions, our knowledgeable and friendly
staff will ensure that every project is completed with your needs at the forefront of our
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