Building Contractor

By: New Quay Construction Ltd  29/01/2014
Keywords: commercial real estate, building contractor, Commercial Development

New Quay Construction Ltd is your Construction Company in Tandragee, Armagh. If you are looking for a building contractor who offers quality workmanship, reliability and the very highest in customer satisfaction, look no further than New Quay Construction Ltd. We have the expertise to complete your commercial developments. We carry out commercial developments throughout Northern Ireland with contracts ranging from thousands to millions of pounds. We work closely with architects throughout Northern Ireland to create commercial buildings that include offices, retail units, factories and industrial premises. We also carry out private house construction and housing developments. From apartment blocks to large bespoke private developments, we have the experience and expertise to create attractive, functional housing to suit any requirement. Whether you are renovating your own home or are transforming a property to put on the market, our highly experienced team will ensure that the refurbishments are of the highest standard of workmanship. We will work with you, carrying out renovations that are appropriate, and in accordance with building regulations. Navigating the complexities of listed building planning and building regulations can be enough to put anyone off restoring a listed building. That's why we offer expert advice to help you get the planning you need for your project. If you are building a housing development or refurbishing a building, choose New Quay Construction Ltd to create a beautiful, modern interior. Our team of expert joiners and carpenters can create stunning bespoke features. Our craftsmen can create new wooden window frames or carry out restoration on your existing frames and can even restore sash windows. Call our County Armagh office today.

Keywords: building contractor, Commercial Development, commercial real estate

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