K P Wilton & Son Ltd are a medium sized building contractor that were established in 1954 by Ken Wilton and is now under the control of his son Robert Wilton. Our family run business provides the highest quality services across the South West, offering personal attention and compliance with our customers expectations, delivering on time and within budget.

K P Wilton & Son Ltd offer our clients complete property and construction solutions including: Construction, Development, Management services.

We operate in a number of key sectors including Care, Education, Residential (private & social), Leisure and Commerce. We secure business and retain clients because we deliver quality across our projects. Our approach is customer focused and based on a culture of trust, care and commitment. As a result, we operate with a large client base who return to us time and time again; more than 80% of our workload comes from repeat business.

We support and train our skilled, long serving employees so that they can work safely and efficiently. We also encourage everyone in their careers with the right support and team around them. We never compromise on safety and always act responsibly and professionally.

K P Wilton & Son Ltd believe in providing excellent service so as to foster strong, long-standing working relationships. Here are some of the clients for whom we have previously carried out work:

Bristol City Council

Bath University

Bath College

Higos Insurance

Mountview Estates

Forestry Commission

SS Great Britain

North Bristol NHS Trust

South Gloucestershire Council

Wellsway Multi Academy Trust

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

Royal United Hospital Bath NHS

Bristol Savages

Bath & North East Somerset Council

We Care & Repair

Avon & Somerset Constabulary

Colston School

University of the West of England

Trades offered

Commercial builder
Local Council Work
Builder general
House Builder
New build
Central Heating
Central Heating
Listed Buildings/Heritage
Listed Buildings specialist
General plumbing