Civil Engineering contractor covering
North of England and South of Scotland
Experts in civil engineering, flood alleviation and groundworks schemes
Call: 01434 688 222
M R Cook Construction is a family run business providing civil engineering services to a range of sectors, private customers, commercial clients
and Local Authorities.
G D Weldon was established in 1965 by Gerry Weldon undertaking civil engineering and construction work including constructing adopted roads and sewers for new housing developments. Long term projects included factory maintenance and facilities management contracts with large manufacturers Egger UK Ltd and Kimberley Clark.
We have specialist expertise in the following areas, all fully insured. Expert skills and guidance on your engineering project:
- Civil engineering solutions
- Flood repair and prevention
- Ground works
- Site clearance
- Retaining structures concert slabs
To showcase and demonstrate our Civil Engineering expertise take a look at our recent Case Studies covering Flood Repairs, Flood Prevention and Concrete Slab installation.
Contact M R Cook Construction
01434 688 222
to discuss your engineering project.
"Crawford Higgins Associates have a diverse range of clients including national commercial insurers, public authorities and private residential clients.
As part of our design and project management services, we have worked with MR Cook Construction (MRCC) on a variety of projects in terms of scale and complexity. Typically these have involved stabilisation of embankments, structural new build and strengthening schemes, reconstruction of failed retaining structures and river bank stabilisation works.
MRCC adopt a practical approach without compromising safety or environmental constraints. Of particular note is their attention to customer care and on many occasions, we often receive very positive feedback from our clients about their services.
Over the years I have built up a good working relationship with Mike Cook and would not hesitate in recommending MRCC to others."