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Three Pines Building Co Ltd

Three Pines Building Co Ltd, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV1 2UR

Trading Address

Culwick Court,
Cullwick Street,
West Midlands,
United Kingdom.


Tel: 01902 499919
Contact: Email us

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Member details

Long standing member


Director Alan Bradshaw was the winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award for the Midland region at the 2017 Regional Master Builder Awards.

Three Pines Building Co. Limited is a multi-skilled construction organisation offering quality services to a diverse range of clients throughout the UK. The company was established in 1961 in Wolverhampton.

We gain our work through positive and competitive tendering based on previous successes, building personal relationships with companies and clients, understanding our clients' needs and priorities, striving for innovation in the solutions we develop, and most importantly delivering what and when we promise within timescales and budgets.

Our Strategic Aims: Three Pines aim to deliver the highest level of provision and performance for our clients. Our aim is to build long term client/supplier partnerships based on trust and to deliver long term sustainable growth in turnover and profits providing a stimulating and rewarding work environment for our employees.

The achievement of our aims is supported through our people being proactive to meet and exceed client needs and provide operational excellence.

Our Values: Every one of our employees is a business ambassador, not just for the company but also for each other. We expect everyone in the company to adhere to our values and expectations. These are:

  • Quality - of the utmost importance in a customer focused business
  • Teamwork - working collaboratively and sharing knowledge and experience to deliver the best solutions
  • Performance - being professional and adopting the best practice to meet clients' highest expectations, whilst achieving the highest possible standings in terms of quality, health, safety and sustainability
  • Openness - listening and sharing; building trust and acting with integrity; treating others with respect and working with transparency
  • Innovation - encouraging our team to be inventive and continually adapting and introducing fresh approaches to all aspects of our business
  • Respect - encouraging, supporting and understanding others, including their ideas, views and knowledge

Our services:

Three Pines has over 50 years’ experience within the UK construction industry, and was established by David Bradshaw who specialised in school maintenance, small private works and speculative house building. The current Managing Director, Alan Bradshaw joined the company in 1981 after serving a 3 year carpentry apprenticeship with McAlpine, and took the reigns in 1995.

We are a profitable business whose success is built on quality service from all of our employees and directors. Our clients now fall broadly, but not exclusively, into the following categories: educational establishments, military, museums, car retailers, private homes’ extensions, disabled adaptations, historic building restoration, building maintenance, building repairs, new builds, landscaping and ground works.

We offer a dedicated level of service to all of our clients, whether Commercial, Public or Domestic. Our services include:

  • Demolition
  • Groundworks & Excavation
  • Restoration & Maintenance
  • Response management
  • Refurbishment and renovation
  • Disabled conversions
  • Decorating & Exterior Landscaping
  • Fixtures and Fittings

Case Studies


Fullmore Lodge, Penkridge


The work we did on this residential property in Penkridge, Staffordshire, was split into 3 separate project stages:

Project 1 – Pump Room

The existing outhouse building was demolished and the cellar infilled with a raft foundation. A small new dwelling was built, in-keeping with the existing house, to seat a new water pump and water purification system to feed the existing house on site. The existing bore hole fresh water feed was re-directed from the existing derelict building.

Project 2 – New Build Double Garage with Plant Room and Ground Source Heating System

A new double garage with attic trusses was built. PV Solar panels were installed on the roof. A 600m trenching was dug to specification for an Eco friendly ground source heating system back to heat pump in the plant room.

Project 3 – Demolition of existing Build and construction of a new 3 Bed Detached Eco House

For this last stage, the existing barn/dwelling was demolished and a new detached dwelling was built in it's place, with elaborate brickwork with stonework, chimneys and a porch area. It was built with full timber window and door specification.

PV solar panels were added to the roof and bat mitigation to loft space. We installed ground floor and first floor underfloor heating. A fully tiled shower room and 2 bathrooms were installed as well as a new bespoke kitchen and bespoke staircase.


Glider Training Accommodation Building, Little Rissington Airfield, Warwickshire


Three Pines undetook this contract for the construction of a new 6,500 sq. ft., purpose built building for SERFCA (South East Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association). The contract value was 1.2 million.

The project's interior works included:

  • Dormitories for 25 persons
  • En-suite Toilet Facilities
  • Accessible Bedroom including fully fitted accessible Wetroom
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Dining Room
  • Fully installed working Catering Kitchen

The project's external works included a new Reed Bed drainage system.


Commercial Refurbishment - Audi Halesowen


Three Pines completed this refurbishment of an Audi showroom in Halesowen, West Midlands, in three phases:

Phase 1

Refurbishment of the existing external forecourt to create a New Audi Sport Showroom, including a new curtain wall, and two new offices. We revamped the Handover Bay, refurbished the kitchen, refurbished the locker room and added a new shower area, as well as refurbishing the existing workshop staff toilets.

Phase 2

For the second phase we refurbished the existing showroom, involving a new heating and cooling system, a new suspended ceiling, additional power via floor boxes to illuminate cars in showroom, new floor tiles and carpets, and full redecoration.

We then demolished the existing kitchen, turning it into a male customer toilet along with the refurbishment of the female customer toilet and Disabled WC. Next we created a new, internal, fully glazed partition to segregate public from service staff, and refurbished the existing offices (new heating and cooling system, new suspended ceiling, new carpets and full redecoration).

Phase 3

Refurbishment of the existing offices, knocking through from existing offices.

External Works

A new external wet wash valet bay and fencing project to front of house.

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