Member since: Sep 2012 • Company Status: PLC Company Check
Services: Sports and Leisure Construction, Design, Build, Fit-Out (Turnkey Service), Tensile Fabric Sports Structures, "Traditional" Buildings, In-House Design, Pre-Construction and Build Teams, Modular Ancillaries (Classrooms, Fitness Suites..), Standalone Modular Buildings
Regions: UK wide
Recommending School: William Edwards School, Grays
Collinson Construction are national specialists in the design, build and fit-out of modern and energy efficient sports facilities.
Using our in-house design and build skills, we construct sports spaces of all shapes and sizes, from fabric structures to traditionally built sports halls. As experts in offsite construction, tensile fabric structures are our speciality.
Our tensile sports structures are attractive, energy efficient, and offer reduced running costs throughout their lifecycle. Plus, because the majority of components are engineered in a manufacturing facility, most of the work is completed offsite.
If you require a non-fabric or traditional structure, our significant sports experience means we can design, build and fit-out indoor sports and leisure buildings of any kind.
Our portfolio spans from single indoor tennis courts to sports and leisure hubs with classrooms, fitness suites and dance studios. Whether you need a multi-use space or a first-class indoor training centre, we can deliver.
All you’ll need to do is turn the key.
UKAS Management Systems ISO 9001:2015 CERT GB01297 • SMAS Worksafe Consultant • Constructionline • CHAS • Living Wage Employers
Trade Bodies & Memberships
ECA • RHA
North West Family Business Of the Year 2014 • Wyre Walk of Fame - Special Recognition Award 2014
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“Great family run company that always deliver. Great value for money.”
Peter Melville, Chief Operating Officer, South West Essex Community Education Trust
“We are delighted to have this outstanding facility which will transform the sporting opportunity for our pupils and the local community.”
Mark Hitch, Deputy Headteacher, Humphrey Perkins School, Loughborough
“We are absolutely thrilled with the new sports hall – we are confident that this will have a real lasting impact on PE and Sport both within the school and the wider community. ”
Michael Webster, Headteacher, Our Lady’s Catholic College, Lancaster