Simmons Construction were regional winners of the Commercial Project category at the FMB North West Master Builder Awards 2017.
They won the award for their work a new, standalone classroom at a local school, dubbed 'The Da Vinci Building'. The build uses natural yet contemporary Shiplap Thermowood vertical cladding. Simmons overcame the challenge of the site being at flood risk by raising the height of the building and performing foundation work. See photos and read more under Case Studies.
About Us
Simmons Construction has been successfully building for the past thirty years. During this period we have constructed all types of buildings residential commercial industrial new build extension alteration and many more.
We are based on the Fylde Coast and work within a 20 mile radius incorporating Preston Lancaster and surrounding areas.
We are members of the FMB, NHBC (National House Building Council), Corgi and Constructionline and directly employ ninety percent of the workforce.
We won two Regional FMB Awards for Master Builder of the Year in the Commercial category and the Medium Renovation Category in 2008. These award winning projects can been seen on the FMB website.
In addition, in 2009 we won a Local Authority Building Control Award for 'Built in Quality' for a development of nine new build flats that we undertook. This was the third LABC Award that we had won.
We are a local builder that offers excellent quality the personal touch with attention to detail and most importantly value for money.
We have an excellent working relationship with all the local councils planning and building control departments and work closely with NHBC inspectors.

Trades offered

Commercial builder
Industrial buildings
Local Council Work
Builder
Builder general
Extensions/Conversions
General extension
House Builder
New build
Custom/Self Build
Listed Buildings/Heritage
Listed Buildings specialist

Case studies

New Classroom - Winner of Best Commercial Project at the FMB North West Master Builder Awards 2017

  • 22 Jan 2018

Extensions Alterations Conversions

  • 25 Oct 2010

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