May 20, 2014 2.44 pm This story is over 114 months old

Heritage restoration firm opens office in Lincoln

Expanding: A regional construction company has opened an office in Lincoln after securing several contracts in the area.

Nottinghamshire-based heritage restoration and construction company Robert Woodhead has opened an office in Lincoln.

The new office marks a commitment to Lincoln and the Lincolnshire area after taking on a number of local contracts.

Based in The Terrace off Grantham Street, it gives the Lincolnshire team a local place to go and colleagues can hot-desk as necessary.

Robert Woodhead taken work around Lincolnshire for a number of years, with clients including Lincolnshire County Council, City of Lincoln Council, North Kesteven District Council and the University of Lincoln.

Recently in Lincoln, the company have worked on repairs to Newport Arch, a number of housing developments, and a major project at Lincoln Castle as part of Lincoln Castle Revealed.

Juliet Slater, Woodhead’s Lincolnshire team leader, said: “Over the past few years we have increasingly been working in Lincoln and the wider county.

“It is now the right time for us to cement our commitment to the area by giving ourselves a permanent base here.

“This is an exciting time for us, our customers and suppliers. It gives us a platform to invest more in developing our local supply chain and delivering social economic and environmental value.”

As well as projects in Lincoln, the company is a Contractor Partner on the East Midlands Property Alliance Minor Works Construction Framework.

The framework is worth up to £33 million over four years, which will help the company grow in Lincolnshire and the rest of the East Midlands.

Additionally, the company is sponsoring a number of local events, such as 1,000 Years of Traditional Crafts at Lincoln Castle, the Lincoln Labyrinth Festival and the Historic Lincoln Trust Conference at Lincolnshire Showground.