Deeley Construction has hit the £25million mark on work it is undertaking across Leamington and Warwick.
The company is currently on site at Union Park in Sydenham where 147 affordable family homes are being created on behalf of Orbit Homes and where Councillor Ann Morrison, the Mayor of Royal Leamington Spa, recently performed a topping out ceremony.
Deeley Construction is also creating a new depot and engineering hub for Stagecoach at Trident Park, in Warwick, on behalf of developer AC Lloyd as part of a major redevelopment plan in the district.
And the most recent project to get underway is new student accommodation in Leamington for the Warwickshire College Group students. The initial phase of the project will see 100 student resident units created with an option for a further 64.
Martin Gallagher, managing director of Deeley Construction, said: “Over the years, the Deeley Group has helped to develop many areas of mid and south Warwickshire.
“The fact that we are based just down the road in Coventry means that we see this as not only good news for business but also a great contribution to the local area.
“We have a strong interest in seeing the whole region be successful so to be playing a key role in three major projects across Leamington and Warwick is something of which we are very proud.
“The projects are all of a different nature and involve us working with a housing association, a college and a developer. Partnerships are the key to success when it comes to this type of project and in all three instances we have developed relationships with the clients over many years and that is why they trusted Deeley Construction to carry out the work.”