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Based in Liverpool, Krol Corlett Construction is a main contractor that operates across the North West of England and North Wales. We take pride in our ability to successfully deliver construction projects on time, within budget and to the satisfaction of our clients and key stakeholders.
We specialise in all aspects of construction including:
Commercial | Industrial | Education | New Build Residential | Specialist Structural | Restoration
Krol Corlett was established as Krol Corlett & Company in June 1969, a small family based company that focused on completing small traditional construction projects for a range of clients. In October 2006 Krol Corlett construction Limited was established to move the business forward and build upon the 50-year history. Our core management team now has extensive experience in both low and medium value construction contracts and a proven track record in successfully delivering schemes of values ranging from £50,000 to £5,000,000.Find Out More
Health and Safety to be the most important consideration in project delivery, we are striving to achieve zero health and safety incidents on all projects that we undertake.
At Krol Corlett we pride ourselves on providing a comprehensive apprenticeship scheme in conjunction with our training providers and colleges.
Krol Corlett are ISO 14001 accredited. We are working with Construction Skills and Rosewood Keen Management in developing the business systems to maintain these standards.
We take pride in our ability to successfully deliver construction projects on time, within budget and to the satisfaction of our clients and key stakeholders.
This project comprised the refurbishment of the Listed school building, involving internal demolition and alterations to form new mezzanine teaching spaces within the footprint of existing classrooms, formation of new staircase access and the construction of a new zinc clad extension over an existing building. To the rear of the building a new aluminium clad access staircase was constructed with a new landing to serve the new classroom. The building was ‘live’ throughout the construction period.Find Out More
We worked with the National Museums Liverpool to develop their new Egyptian Exhibition Gallery space.
At the same time we delivered a new commercial kitchen, café & retail areas as well as a new teaching space transforming the previously unused Richard Foster Wing at the Museum.Find Out More