Established Business

Neilcott was established in 1967 to provide building contracting services from its base in Orpington, Kent. Since then we have proved our capability to handle a wide range of construction projects. A commitment to achieving high standards of performance with a straightforward and effective management style has allowed the Company to grow in size and stature.

In 2000 Neilcott moved its business to larger freehold premises in Orpington. These new offices together with investment in IT and staff development enabled the business to continue the controlled growth necessary to satisfy the demands of both existing and new clients.

In 2002 Neilcott expanded with the opening of a regional office in Woking. Due to increasing workload the office relocated in 2007 to larger premises in Farnborough, Hampshire an ideal location to serve the Company’s growing list of Clients along the south coast and the Thames corridor.

In 2003 the Company established a Special Works Division, initially working primarily in the city but now operational throughout London and the southeast and itself now turning over in excess of £7 million annually. The Special Works Division undertakes smaller, bespoke type contracts that demand particularly close attention, often benefiting from the greater levels of control that can be ensured through using direct labour teams. Additionally the Division has developed particular expertise in office fast track fit out works to values in excess of £2m, undertaking ongoing negotiated works for regular clients.

In 2004 the Company was awarded the first of several framework contracts. The contract was to provide educational construction services on a design and build basis throughout the London Borough of Croydon. This type of service has now been extended to the London Boroughs of Lambeth, Barking & Dagenham and Kent County Council, together with London South Bank University. In addition Neilcott have been engaged in partnering arrangements with numerous major private sector clients including British Land plc, Threadneedle Asset Management and Santander.