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The NW3 Construction Consortium comprises three construction companies brought together through our shared values of honesty and openness combined with a commitment to add value in the local communities that we work and live in.

Our Vision:

To deliver innovative construction projects in the North West Region including refurbishment and new build projects through collaborative partnerships with both public and private sector clients. Our diverse range of experience within the construction industry includes education, health and housing sectors.

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What can we bring to our Clients and End Users?

  • Our differentiator is our values, culture and our people - each member of the consortium is a family run business with strong personal values. We have a flat management structure that means our senior management team are always accessible for clients and end users with the same framework team working with you from inception through to completion
  • We have a dedicated local supply chain that will respond to any issues that arise quickly. We have a close working relationship with our supply chain that encourages an honest, open, no blame culture
  • We have a directly employed labour force that we are committed to training and retaining; we provide continuous relationships with site teams that live and work within the community
  • Continuous Community Relationships within the regions that we live and work in we take seriously our commitment to build relationships within the communities we work;
    we actively promote social inclusion and involve groups in the wider community who are impacted by the projects we work on
  • Given our size, and our closer relationships with clients, we are able to adapt quickly to the individual needs of a buyer and can offer services that may be considered too niche for larger companies
  • Using locally based businesses helps to reduce the carbon impact of construction projects, given the reduced distance travelled to and from sites, as well as the use of local supply chains