Read the latest news about Termrim Construction, including details of our most recent awards, contract wins and completed social housing, extra care/assisted living, private residential and commercial developments.
Following the successful completion of the first phase of apartments and bungalows at Mickle Hill in Pickering, Termrim Construction has commenced work on the second phase of 43 bungalows.
Termrim Construction Ltd are sponsoring talented 10-year-old Yorkshire gymnast Ruby Ineson. Ruby, from Huddersfield, is the granddaughter of the late David Bray, a former Director at Termrim Construction Ltd.
Termrim Construction has won an open tender for the Trigot Court project in South Kirkby, which is its first contract for Wakefield District Housing (WDH).
Termrim Construction has handed over the main central facilities building at Mickle Hill in Pickering to MHA Care Group after completing work on it eight weeks ahead of schedule, allowing residents to move into their new homes early.
Under the Yorkshire Housing Framework, Termrim Construction have secured a new 20-house design and build contract in Bramley, Leeds.
A new development by Leeds & Yorkshire Housing Association (LYHA) of 25 affordable rented homes at Aldham House Lane in Wombwell has been officially opened by the Deputy Mayor of Barnsley, Councillor Tim Shepherd, and Lisa Pickard, LYHA’s Chief Executive.
Termrim Construction was delighted to act as host at its housing scheme in Jordanthorpe, Sheffield for the filming of an edition of BBC2’s Victoria Derbyshire current affairs programme.
The first phase of new houses at Aldham House Lane in Wombwell, Barnsley have been completed by Termrim Construction and handed over to Leeds & Yorkshire Housing Association, with tenants moving into their new homes immediately.
Following an extensive OJEU procurement and evaluation process, Termrim Construction is extremely pleased to be able to confirm inclusion on the Re:Allies New Build Framework.
The tower crane at the Termrim Construction site that has dominated the Pickering skyline for the past 40 weeks is now scheduled to be removed after significant progress was made on the project.