CBC expands into Hampshire market with Greendale opening in Winchester
Greendale’s Nick Child and Andy Musselwhite in the Winchester office
Dorset Chartered Builder Greendale Construction has expanded its presence in Hampshire by opening a second office in Winchester.
Greendale contracts manager/QS Nick Child will take on the responsibility of managing the second office. Other team members will work between both offices, and a recruitment drive for Hampshire-based site managers and operatives is well underway.
The award-winning firm is one of the original CBC companies and was established in Poole in 1990. It also holds a Gold Investors in People accreditation.
The firm has secured an increasing amount of work north and east of Dorset, with projects completed recently in Andover, Whitchurch, Fawley, Aldershot and Windsor.
Greendale also remains on a framework with Hampshire County Council, delivering SCOLA recladding works to several government-funded schools across the county.
Child said: “It’s really exciting to be opening up an office within an area which has seen a real Greendale presence for over two years now. We are looking forward to growing our supply chains in the county, as well as giving us a geographical stepping-stone to deliver more work along the M3 and M27 corridors.”
Andy Musselwhite, director, added: “With a portfolio of experience spanning the commercial, education, private and NHS health sectors, as well as a dedicated in-house electrical department and small works division, our mission is to offer Hampshire the same level of excellence our clients have come to expect from Greendale.”