Create doubles up with contract win

One of the student flats from Create Construction. Below: Founders Paul and Gill Mathison.

One of the student flats from Create Construction. Below: Founders Paul and Gill Mathison.

0
Have your say

A Fylde coast construction outfit has secured the second part of a £2.3m contact to completely refurbish student accommodation in Leeds.

Create Construction won the contract for the second phase of the redevelopment of the Liberty Dock flats after satisfying the client with their efforts on the first phase.

Create Construction founders Gill and Paul Mathison.

Create Construction founders Gill and Paul Mathison.

The firm was founded seven years ago by Paul and Gill Mathison, has a turnover of £16m, and employs 18 from its base at Whitehills Business Park.

It will install new lighting and sockets, adapt the existing mechanical ventilation, carry out new decoration, floor finishes, and ceiling finishes and install new kitchens.

Paul Mathison, Create’s managing director, said: “We are delighted to have been the second phase at Leeds and to be working again for Liberty Living Plc.”

“Our detailed knowledge of the student accommodation sector allows us to offer a bespoke and expert service and gives Liberty the knowledge that we will deliver a first class product, on time and ready for the important September student intake.”

Mike Nelson, from client Liberty Living, said: “Create has a proven track record working within the student accommodation sector and their open and proactive approach helps to deliver a high quality product, within a challenging programme.”

Follow us on twitter @The_Gazette and like our page on facebook to keep up with all the latest news.