Still growing after 80 years

Clegg Construction has been trading since the 1930s, over the last 80 years, Clegg from its operating bases in Cambridge, Nottingham and Leeds, has steadily grown with a group turnover of £100million per annum. 

This safe and ethical business is constantly evolving and working with different clients to grow organically. With activities in their core sectors of Commercial, Education and Residential 2019 has proven to be another successful year for the Construction arm of the business Recent completions include the new 420 place Lubbesthorpe Primary School.

And the new Students’ Union at Aston University building has been officially opened and is among the most modern and sustainable of its type in the country.

Clegg is building a £9m bespoke 62-bed nursing home called Oakham Grange, in Rutland, which is set to open in early 2020 and will create up to 200 jobs. This is the first nursing home to be built by family owned Ardale Ltd and the three-level building on Wheatfield Way, Oakham, will feature ‘interesting design touches’ like a putting green.

Clegg Construction is also on site, building a nursing home on Farley Way, in Quorn, Leicestershire for Care UK. When complete, the new care facilities will provide full-time residential, nursing and specialist dementia care for up to 64 older people including Frail and Younger People living with Dementia (YPD) and will create over 90 full-time jobs.

While in the West Midlands they are on site delivering 743 student bedrooms across 2 major developments at Upper Dean Street, Birmingham and Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry, both set for completion in 2020.

These schemes add to the 513 bedrooms Clegg Construction delivered on time for students returning to Sheffield and Nottingham based universities this autumn.

The team based in the recently opened Cambridge Office are excited about the prospect of their first projects, which are now in the final stages of design and are set to start on site in Early 2020

For more details, please contact Rachel Johns, Head of Business Development, 07921 471572,

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