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Halsall Construction is a real estate development company. It specializes in joint ventures, acquisitions, and residential construction. It designs and delivers new build and refurbishment projects within the residential, education, health, commercial, care, and retirement sectors. Halsall Construction was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Bristol, United Kingdom.

Headquarters Location

1 Roman Way Bath Business Park Bath

Bristol, England, BA2 8SG,

United Kingdom



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Hartpury celebrates construction milestone for flagship university building

Jul 21, 2023

Hartpury celebrates construction milestone for flagship university building The Gloucestershire university welcomed the addition of a new learning hub 13:47, 21 JUL 2023 Bookmark L-R: Chris Faulkner – MD, Halsall Construction, Stuart Emmerson – Director of Business Development at Hartpury University and Hartpury College, Andrew Grant – Interim Head of Paid Service at Forest of Dean District Council, Cllr Chris McFarling – Cabinet Member for Climate Emergency at Forest of Dean District Council, Mark Price – MD of Vitruvius Management Services, Edward Keene – Chair of Governors for Hartpury University and Hartpury College, Chris Moody OBE – Hartpury University Board Vice-Chair, Bert Salt – Senior Project Manager, Vitruvius Management Services, Rt Hon Mark Harper MP – MP for Forest of Dean District Council and Secretary of State for Transport, Barry Doidge – Site Manager, Halsall Construction, Lynn Forrester-Walker – Chief Operating Officer for Hartpury University and Hartpury College, Keir Lindsay – Roberts Limbrick, Barbara Buck – Hartpury College Board Vice-Chair, David Milner – Contracts Manager, Halsall Construction, Rosie Scott-Ward – Deputy Vice-Chancellor Hartpury University, Graeme Brooks – Head of Property Hartpury University and Hartpury College, Nicola Thorogood – Design Manager, Halsall Construction, Laura Crook - Halsall Construction (Image: Hartpury University) Sign up for your FREE weekly property news roundup The curved structure of the £12.75m building has taken shape and attendees gathered on the roof following a tour of the under-construction hub that covers around 3048m2. The two-storey space will feature open place on the ground floor for collaboration and relaxation with the addition of Costa Coffee at the Red and Black café or via the self-service kitchen. The building will also be home to support services including the innovation, careers and enterprise (ICE) team, academic registry and student services. Whereas the first floor will offer quiet places to study and modern classrooms, plus library. The building will be accessible to students 24/7, 365 days a year. Green roofing and landscaping will ensure the building helps local biodiversity and respects the environment. In addition, it will provide a warm, welcoming environment for students to access and study and is part of a wider package to help students with the overall cost of living. Rt Hon Mark Harper MP, MP for Forest of Dean District Council and secretary of state for transport, said: “It’s been fantastic to work with Hartpury through its journey from a college-only institution to the university and college we see today. I’d like to thank all of the organisations involved for working in partnership on this project and I look forward to seeing it again when it reaches completion.” Mark Price, managing director of Vitruvius Management Services added: “We’re pleased to be able to share this construction milestone with our client Hartpury, architects Roberts Limbrick, Halsall Construction, and the wider team. I look forward to the delivery of this modern facility to future-proof Hartpury’s built environment, supporting the high-quality education establishment to fulfil their strategic vision.” The Hartpury University Learning Hub is expected to reach completion during the 2023/24 academic year. Hartpury has also marked the completion of a new car park that has added 32 electrical charging points within a 353-space parking area. Like this story? Why not sign up to get the latest South West business news straight to your inbox. Story Saved You can find this story in   My Bookmarks. Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right. Follow BusinessLive

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    Halsall Construction's headquarters is located at 1 Roman Way Bath Business Park, Bristol.



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