Radford Construction Services were Regional award winners for heavenly builder in 2015. Double regional winners at the FMB Northern Counties Master Builder Awards 2017, taking home best Commercial Project for their full renovation of South Causey Inn hotel in Stanley, County Durham, with various individual, bespoke themed rooms requiring many different skills and materials. and best Small Renovation Project for the unique conversion of a 1966 Route master bus into a hotel room with bed and bathroom, as part of the same hotel renovation..
They were also double regional award winners again in 2019 for best commercial and heavenly builder. The commercial project was the conversion of a former riding arena into a bespoke stand alone wedding venue complete with chapel. See photos of these projects and more information in the Case Studies section.
In 2021 they won four regional awards. Winning Commercial and bathroom for a project converting an old farmhouse into a bespoke wedding venue, Small renovation for a conversion of an old byre into a home. And Andrew Radford won tradesperson of the year. They then also won the national award for bathroom and Andrew was highly commended as tradesperson.
They were also shortlisted for the 2020 LABC awards for the conversion of the old byre into a home.
We are a family run, traditional building firm providing all aspects of building work and project management.
A company that specialises in conversions, extensions, maintenance and refurbishments of any size and type of property, we also do dilapidations and doctor and dentist refits.
All our experienced time served tradesmen are reliable, tidy and above all trustworthy, and will complete your project from start to finish with all work guaranteed and completed to your satisfaction.
Radford Construction Services Ltd is a business built on recommendation; satisfaction achieved through hard work and happy customers who realise we offer quality workmanship at a competitive price.
We have done various work for a TV production company, appearing on Channel 5's 'Cowboy Builders & Bodge Jobs' to remedy bad work done by "cowboy builders".