Britcon Secures Two Contracts in Hometown


Britcon has secured a contract which will see them deliver two different projects that form a part of a wider transformation plan in the company’s home town of Scunthorpe. The Building and Civil Engineering company was first established in 1990 and since then has developed a reputation for being one of the most successful and progressive companies in their industry located in the North of England.

The contract for these two project was awarded by North Lincolnshire Council. The projects are a part of the Local Development Framework and a combined £60 million investment in order to completely transform the town. The first project as part of this local redevelopment work is currently being carried out. The £5.8 million project to create a new HQ for Ongo Homes has already been started, with Britcon already at work on the 21,500 sq ft three storey new building. Ongo is known in the area as the largest housing provider in North Lincolnshire. Their new HQ will be located in Church Square, with a stand out porcelain clad exterior and a backlit feature to be installed on the South and West external elevations of the building. For their part in this project, Britcon will be delivering an Air Source Heat Pump which will be installed on the roof, a Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery and a BMS system that will control the internal environment of the building, cutting running costs and CO2 emissions. The work on this project is planned to be completed by March 2018

The second project that has been awarded to Britcon is the £5.7 million extension to Church Square House. This building is the council HQ and where the council leaderships operate from. This extension work is expected to begin in the Autumn of this year, and is expected to be finished by at some point in 2018.


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