PROJECTS 2020-07-13T11:53:51+00:00

Recent Projects

Northill Apartments – Salford Quays

This 27 storey residential development is a £6m project working for Beamont Morgan Developments Ltd in the heart of Salford Quays, Manchester.Commenced in August 2018 on a 65 week programme, we have taken the core up by slipform to level 27 and bringing the surrounding floor levels up thereafter.Due for completion October 2019.

Adelphi Wharf, Manchester – Phase 2/3

This 9 storey residential project for Beaumont Morgan Developments covers 4 main, interlinking blocks and carrying 163nr residential apartments in total.
Final Account agreed at £11m and works completed in August 2018.

Goldsmith Street, Nottingham

This 4 storey concrete frame is a Nottingham Trent University (NUT) project working for GF Tomlinson Ltd.

This city centre site had zero lay down and no access to three sides, with intermittent access from the other. Meticulous planning and phasing was required in order to deliver the project on time. Works completed in August 2018.

The Confetti Building, Nottingham

Working for Stepnell Ltd, this £1.1m concrete frame provided the basis for 6 storey’s of University Working space for the Nottingham Trent University (NTU). Located centrally in the city and being built right upto existing buildings provided many challenges. This 35 week project was delivered on time and to budget.

Upon completion of our works we received acclaim from Mark Preite of the NTU for our professionalism and our services stating:

“Can I just take this opportunity to thank you, your team and David Ashley Limited as a whole for nothing short of a sterling job. It has been an absolute pleasure to work with all of your staff and operatives and have them involved in our project. I have never worked with such a great site team where nothing was too much trouble and where the acceptance, understanding and relationship with the client team has been so welcoming and mutually beneficial. Also their care and attention to detail, management and cleanliness of site is also better than I have ever experienced. The end result has exceeded our expectations and all of the team responsible for delivering the Confetti project are a credit to David Ashley”

Adelphi Wharf, Manchester

Phase 1 of this project started in April 2016 and completed in May 2017. This £6.25m residential project provided 320 apartments over 3 interlinked blocks.

Using waterproof Concrete in the basement to this riverside project, the contract was delivered on time and on budget, much to the appreciation of the client, Beaumont Morgan Developments Ltd.

Phase 2/3 of this project is now underway with a value to David Ashley Construction Ltd of over £10m and due for completion in May 2018.

Sense Touchbase, Selly Oak, Birmingham

This project for Stepnell Construction Ltd was completed in the summer of 2016 and attached a contract value of £1.4m.

The three storey frame and associated groundworks were carried out by ourselves within programme and is a great example of the high level of finish we can achieve (most of the soffits were exposed).

Wolverhampton University

This Science Technology Building for Clegg Construction Ltd took advantage of our early design input and as a result shaved weeks off the initial construction programme.

Completed in September 16, the building is being considered for numerous awards for both design and workmanship.

De Montford University, Leicester – Balfour Beatty

David Ashley Construction Ltd. supplied concrete, rebar, formwork and falsework as well as supply of cranage and pumps. This University learning block was carried out for Balfour Beatty over a 36 week programme. See examples of large raked columns.

  • £4.2m Subcontract value
  • 36 week programme
  • Balfour Beatty Construction Ltd.
  • Learning Centre over 6 floors

Tram Project – Nottingham

Working for Vinci on this demanding scheme presented many challenges, all of which were overcome to successfully deliver the three main structures. With a subcontract value of over £2m, this project used a diverse range of formwork, falsework and cranage which all ensured the scheme met the high standards of the client.

Consisting of several junction bridges and ovepasses along a 20 mile stretch of the new A46 Newark to Widmerpool Highway. Working for Balfour Beatty (for the Highways Agency) with a £2+m subcontract value, the project was successfully handed over and met the tight demands of the highway programme.