Jardines (UK) Ltd Factory Extension in Rotherham

We are delighted to announce that Lindrick Construction Services have just secured a contract for Jardines (UK) Ltd at their Hellaby Unit, Rotherham. The project includes the demolition of the single-story building, a part increase of the roof height to the factory area and create a second-floor office area, and externally 3 additional car parking spaces.
The project remit includes a full strip out of the office roof, soft strip out of the factory, constructing a new storey, new external windows and door openings, blockwork, fitting the factory steelwork, electrical, plumbing and the painting and decorating. The project should take around 7 months to complete.

CEF Factory Update

Our site engineering team have now designed, manufactured and installed the new CEF building in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. All is going well with the install.


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The Shireoaks Village Hall Refurbishment is Complete

We are delighted to announce that our full renovation of works at The Shireoaks Village Hall is now complete! The renovation included full strip out of existing kitchens, washrooms, existing heating system, existing electrics and bar and lounge facilities. We then replaced these with state of the art modern facilities. The key piece of the project was the refurbishment of the main hall floor which was done to a remarkable standard. It has been an absolute pleasure working with everyone involved in The Shireoaks Village Hall.

More photos and information about the full project here.


“The Village Hall in Shireoaks has led an interesting life starting off as a chapel of ease and then becoming the village school, after the school moved the hall was converted to the village hall but after many years of continued use by the community it was time to refresh and refurbish the building so that it would continue be an excellent meeting place for the community. When we set out on this ambitious project we were impressed by how Lindrick captured our vision for how we wanted the hall to look. Also being able to manage the whole of the project and provide internally all of the key trades was a key deciding factor.

Lindrick also recognised that this was a community project and were keen to support us in what we wanted to achieve. We felt confident from start that this was going to be a partnership that worked well and meeting every week with Dan and Adam meant that we had a clear picture of how things were progressing. Dan and Adam and all of the people that worked on the project have done an excellent job and it was clear that they really cared about how the hall would look when it was finished.

We now have a truly beautiful Village Hall with a fantastic new kitchen, new toilets including an accessible toilet and separate baby changing facilities. The heating system has been completely replaced and new LED lighting installed throughout the building. We also now have a new bar area and additional cupboard space which is going to be really appreciated by everyone who uses the hall.

A big thank you to all of the team for an excellent job!”

– Peter Stanley


CEF Factory Development

We are pleased to announce that we have been chosen to be the Principal Contractor for a brand new factory for City Electrical Factors (CEF) in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. These works started on the 18th February  2019. We expect the project to run for 24 weeks.

The scope of works includes all civils and groundworks, fabrication and installation of the steelworks for the portal frame, supplying and fitting the insulated cladding for the walls and roof, all masonry, electrics, glazing and electric shutters. Lindrick Construction will also be carrying out the finishing works to the offices, warehouse, bathrooms and kitchen. This includes vinyl flooring, partition walls, carpet tiles and suspended ceiling throughout.

We are looking forward to carrying out the works for this project and we will keep the news feed updated throughout. See images below from the project so far.



Shireoaks Village Hall with Lindrick Van

Shireoaks Village Hall Progress

Shireoaks Village Hall Refurbishment is halfway through the project now and it is coming along nicely.

So far we have completed the rip out of the existing bar, central heating system, kitchen and washroom facilities and also removed the old plasterwork. As part of our remit we have installed a tanking membrane system to all walls and then boarded and plastered. Then we installed all new central heating piping and supplied and installed a new 60kw commercial boiler, where we have concealed the pipework in a false stud wall.

We have removed the existing kitchen, ladies, gentlemens, and disabled toilets. We then fitted a fully functioning new modern kitchen, as well as all new toilets, sinks, and hand dryers in all three toilets. A baby changing area has been created.

We are on course for full completion for 1st March 2019.


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Old Police Station Conversion into Luxury Boutique Hotel

We converted an old police station into a 13-bedroom luxury boutique hotel called The Kings Park Hotel. Incorporating an onsite bar, restaurant and courtyard. The project is due to be opened at the end of October 2018.

As mentioned previously we have been renovating the Kings Park Hotel, most of the work has been done now it is just the finishing touches left to do. These consist of restoring the original police station door with a matching one in a royal police blue, to match up with the photo below from 1920.




We have restored all of the timber sash windows to working order, fitted a commercial grade kitchen, fully tiled bar and restaurant including matching tiles to the former courtyard. We have supplied a bespoke bar, aluminium foyer entrance. To the courtyard side, it is anthracite windows and doors including a bifold into the restaurant.


Shireoaks Village Hall

Shireoaks Village Hall Refurbishment Project

We have been chosen to do the refurbishment of The Shireoaks Village Hall. It is over 35 years since The Village Hall was renovated to provide a facility for the community to use. Since that time some work has been done to keep it up to date, however, The Hall is now looking tired and needs to be refurbished. So, at the beginning of 2017, The Village Hall Management committee instigated the Refurbishment Project to identify the work that needed to be done and to seek funding for the project.

Our Plan

The Refurbishment Project has a number of key areas of work, they are as follows: –

  • Electrical – Re-wiring of the whole building and fitting new LED-based lights and new sockets and replacing the emergency lighting and fire detection systems.
  • Heating – Replace the central heating boiler and radiators throughout the hall.
  • Toilets – Replace the ladies, gents and disabled toilet and lay non-slip flooring.
  • Kitchen – Replace the kitchen with a modern commercial kitchen which meets current standards.
  • Main Hall – Fit panelling to the lower part of the walls, plaster throughout, decorate the hall and re-varnish the floor.
  • Dining Room – Fit panelling to the lower part of the walls, plaster and decorate the dining room.
  • Lobby – Replace the floor with slip-resistant flooring, repair plasterwork, decorate the walls and woodwork.
  • Gallery – Decorate the walls, woodwork and replace the floor covering.
  • Bar – Replace the bar area fitting new cupboards and sink, decorate the walls and the woodwork.
  • Storage – Increase the storage space at the back of the hall creating new storage cupboards and decorate.



We are planning to start the work in December 2018 / January 2019 and hope to have completed the work by February 2019 / March 2019.

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AES Seal Global Headquarters Test House

Lindrick Construction has been named as the main contractor to undertake a renovation of AES Seal Global Headquarters Test House.

The project consists of transforming the first-floor storage area into brand new offices, washrooms, kitchen, and meeting boardroom. Included in the fit-out will be a brand new air handling system, large viewing window between the offices, new plant room, new suspended ceilings, carpet tiles and non-slip flooring.

The renovation of the ground floor includes reconfiguration of the propane rigs and testing rigs, new electrical systems, new kitchen, new washrooms, replacement doors, new ceilings, flooring and full repainting and decorating.

These works have now commenced and will be completed for December 2018.


For more information on AES Seal check their website here.

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