Home News Stepnell secures £30 million of new work

This year, Rugby-based Stepnell  has secured £30 million of new project wins across the UK , including new schools, health care homes, student accommodation and commercial schemes.

School work include a £3.9 million new boarding house for Canford School in Wimborne, Dorset, £3.5 million contract at Carter Community School in Hamworthy, Poole, for United Learning.

Stepnell’s southern office has secured Heathlands Dementia Care Home in Bracknell – a £9.2 million two-stage scheme that will deliver the design and build of a 66-bed care unit.

Stepnell’s East Midlands region has been awarded a £2.58 million Grade A, three-storey office building for Leicester City Council’s waterside regeneration project and Pioneer Park, where Stepnell will deliver a £5 million office and industrial workspace across three floors to serve the city’s thriving business community.

And in Nottingham it has secured a £2.3 million mixed-use development for Henry Davidson Developments, and a new £2.2 million Aldi store which completes this month.

Other recent completions in the southern region include the design and construction of 36 new houses for Slough Urban Renewal, Southview Park – a £3.4 million housing development in Trowbridge managed by Wiltshire County Council, Swanage Hospital in Dorset, and the redevelopment of Shore Road which acts as a gateway to people visiting Poole beaches.

Stepnell has also achieved a place on the recently launched Procure Partnerships (National) Framework as the preferred partner for projects that are valued between £1 million to £4 million across the East Midlands, West Midlands, East of England, South East and South West regional lots.


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