All the advantages of traditionally constructed designs combined with added benefits
Elliott specialises in providing off-site construction for a wide range of applications and accommodation requirements with over 55 years' experience constructing off-site building solutions across all sectors.
We can offer a complete turnkey solution to meet any bespoke design requirement you have, and our methods of off-site construction allow complete design flexibility providing tangible benefits to our customers.
Elliott permanent off-site solutions come complete with 60 years design life, 25 years structural warranty, 5 years product warranty and 12 months warranty on all other parts. Flexible maintenance and aftercare packages are available.
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Mayfield Primary Academy
Operating as a 315 place 1.5-form entry school complete with a 26 place nursery, the existing buildings stood as a time-served ‘CLASP’ system which were in a poor state of repair, and inefficiently configured. The existing school buildings were located to the centre of the site which limited the capacity for external play and team sports. The strategic vision for the new facility, delivered through the Education Funding Agency’s (EFA) Priority School Building Programme (PSBP), was to increase the pupil intake to 420 as a 2-form entry with 30 nursery places. The scheme required the new school to stay on the site of the existing facility, with the existing pupils decanting into temporary facilities.Find out more
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: Two Storey Unit
Design and build the prestigious new two storey Clinical Support Unit (Opthalmology) at Pinderfields Hospital in a timely manner. Find out more
McDonalds UK: Double Storey Drive-Thru Building
The design, manufacture and construction of a new two-storey Drive-Thru restaurant, the first of its kind in the UKFind out more
Hilderthorpe Primary Academy
The school was in need of refurbishment of the majority of its building elements, including very substantial re-roofing, replacement of windows and external doors, concrete and brickwork repairs, toilet refurbishments, extensive electrical and mechanical services work. The school’s asbestos management plan also identified a significant presence of asbestos-containing material. Due to the size of the building and the scale of the works required it was considered best value for money to provide a new build and demolish the existing facility.Find out more