"Stalybridge Berkeley Construction NW Ltd have completed numerous projects for ADS Architects from house extensions, loft conversions, refurbishments to undertaking ecclesiastical works. They have always been a sound and practical building company that has provided a high quality service on the projects we have been involved in. They have also been very successful in terms of client satisfaction during and at the end of the construction works as well. I have full confidence in their work and would not hesitate to use Ray and his team again or to recommend them to any potential clients."
"In November 2016 work started onsite to undertake a major development of new commercial and industrial units in the Oldham area. The first unit to be commissioned on the site was for the construction of a 1600 sq metre Warehouse and 500 sq metre Office facility to be occupied by a major Housing Association as a maintenance facility headquarters.
Stalybridge Berkeley Construction were appointed to undertake the groundworks and construction subsequent to being successful at open tender. Our company had not had any previous experience of working with SBC but we have been most impressed with their performance and on completion of the project they have proved to be most worthy of the appointment.
An engineer from SBC was onsite permanently throughout the works consisting of the initial shaping of the site, the subsequent foundation works, erection of steel framework, roofing and cladding together with drainage and with the hard surfacing of the site. He was able to liaise with both us as Developer and satisfy the requirements of the eventual end user. All site construction "headaches" were resolved in a speedy without fuss manner throughout the entire project with the final building being a credit to all concerned.
Their expertise, co-operation and commitment to the job in hand has play a major role in the outcome of this project. We have no hesitation what so ever in recommending Stalybridge Berkeley Construction to any future projects they are associated with."