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New Office

      [caption id="attachment_1423" align="alignnone" width="358"] New office and warehouse space after renovations[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1424" align="alignnone" width="353"] Before and during our own renovation project[/caption] Civil Engineering and Construction Ltd (CIVENCO) are proud to announce that due to further expansion, we have recently signed a 24 months licence agreement on Unit B, Waterfoot Business Centre. This has provided us with…



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Job Vacancy

Currently we are looking for a bricklayer or a bricklaying gang to join our construction company - if you would be interested please complete the enquiry form on our About - Job Vacancies page or give us a call



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Review

It's always nice to receive a nice review from a client. "We engaged Civenco following a three way quote in which they were clearly competitive. What impressed us most was the professionalism and approachability of John and his team. When it came to the job itself they were timely, very competent and helpful throughout. They rectified minor snags quickly and…



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Some of our projects so far this year

[caption id="attachment_932" align="alignnone" width="300"] Building Projects[/caption] A busy start What have we been doing? The start of this year has given us a busy few months carrying out a wide variety of construction projects.  The jobs include:- Building bridges Retaining walls Home renovation Machinery bases Home extensions Fencing Block paving New windows and doors   The next few months are…



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How to get the most from your build – Article 5 Neighbouring Properties

Best from your build - Neighbouring properties In our fifth article, best from your build - neighbouring properties, we try and bring the needs and potential concerns your neighbours may have with your potential build, and how over the years we feel it is best to approach them. Does your proposal affect the neighbouring properties? When considering your new project,…



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How to get the best from your build – Article 3 Cost

Best from your build - Cost So in our third article, getting the best from your build - Cost, we will try and capture the main items that could affect the cost of your build. What budget do you have to deliver your building project? We often find that the clients expectations, correctly captured by the architect are not always what…



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How to get the best from your build – Article 2 Time

Best from your build – Time When you are considering how to get the best from your build - time, must be one key focus. We are often asked how long is the build going to take? The answer is somewhat dependent upon a multitude of dependencies, but for purpose of this article, the following can be considered a guide…



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How to get the best from your build – Article 1 Time, Cost, Quality

Best from your Build - Time, Cost and Quality When you first entertain the idea of having building work done, you may want to consider how to get the best from your build. Whether you're looking to achieve large open spaces filled with plush interior finishes and completed without delay at a bargain price. The reality is that something must…



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How to get the best from your build – Article 4 Quality

Best from your build - Quality In our fourth article on getting the best from your build - quality, is the final element of our triangle. One of the first things to consider with any new building project is Why? Why do you want this project? There are obviously numerous reasons as to why, such as you want to add…