Company Profile Serving South Wales since 1976...
Horan Construction Ltd. is a well-run, profitable civil engineering and road surfacing company, employing a settled and experienced workforce of approximately 35 people. We have the human and mechanical resources and ability to undertake and complete a wide range of civil engineering works and are on Welsh Water's list of approved contractors registered to connect to Dwr Cymru apparatus.
Working throughout South East Wales, but especially in the Cardiff area, we mainly carry out the construction of roads, car parks, retaining walls, marine works, bridges, drainage and associated works. The Company's client list consists predominantly of Local Authorities, other public bodies, developers, and blue chip companies. We pride ourselves in
our attention to detail and quality, working with our clients to identify cost and time savings through innovation and alternative ways of working.
We are fully registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme – a national initiative set up by the construction industry to improve its image. As members of this organisation we are monitored against a Code of Considerate Practice, designed to minimise any negative impact that construction activity may have on neighbourhoods, while leaving behind long-lasting benefits that enhance communities.
All our site operatives and tradespersons are CSCS certificated and our plant operators hold appropriate CPCS qualifications. The Company owns and operates its own fleet of construction plant – excavators, dumpers, rollers, concrete vibrators, HGV tippers, vans, pick-up trucks etc..
Where specialist subcontract services are called for we have excellent working relationships with locally-based subcontractors, formed over the past 40+ years, which enables us to very quickly bring them on board when the need arises.
If you have any enquiries please contact us to see how we can assist you.
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Tel: 029 2048 2048
Fax: 029 2048 2047
Address: Horan House
Cardiff CF24 5TH
Last Updated: November 2017