Moorcroft get stuck in at Stick ‘n’ Step

After a request for help from the URENCO team to get a new centre up and running for the Stick n step Charity which Supports Children and Young People with Cerebral Palsy, and their families. Moorcroft mobilised a team to assist.

URENCO’s Mark Phillips who looked after the project said:

“I would like to thank you and Moorcroft for all of the time and assistance you generously gave towards works at Stick ‘n’ Step, Runcorn.

All the lads, Frank, Lewis, Dennis and George were great; getting so much done in such short space of time. The work Moorcroft has carried out has made a real difference, certainly to the aesthetic of the site and more importantly your works have addressed some of the real safety concerns that the guys at Stick ‘n’ Step had with the Runcorn site: issues that they did not have the expertise or the funding to address.

I am confident that I speak for both Urenco and Stick ‘n’ Step in saying a big thank you for helping to make a real difference for such a great charity.”

 

Well done to all of our lads for going the extra mile!

Moorcroft

Moorcroft sees strong growth as turnover hits £5million

Moorcroft Construction has reported strong growth with turnover hitting the £5 million mark.

The company has grown turnover from last year’s £3.6 million on the back of a series of client successes. In the last two years, revenues have more than doubled.

The Ellesmere Port-headquartered company is continuing to go from strength to strength having just signed a three-year framework agreement with URENCO to deliver projects at its Capenhurst site.

Moorcroft has also won a civil engineering project in partnership with Addison Project PLC, which will see it provide infrastructure and reinforced concrete flooring works for the PQ Corporation in Warrington.

To meet the increased demand for its services, the company has expanded its workforce from 40 to 50.

Moorcroft has been in business for over 80 years. It was originally established in Bedfordshire before moving to the North West during the 1960s.

Other clients include General Motors, Cargill, Balfour Beatty, Peel Ports and Unilever.

Today, the firm is led by Managing Director Myles Platt and Finance Director Jan Platt.

Myles said: “We are pleased that we have sustained the growth of 2015/16 through 2016/17 and now into the current financial year.

“We have invested a lot of time getting out to see our customers and industry partners, telling them about the range of civil engineering and building services we are able to provide.

“We have a highly skilled in-house workforce with a proven track record of delivering often complex projects for clients.”

Moorcroft regularly works with clients in the industrial sector including chemical, nuclear, maritime and petrochemical facilities. The company has vast experience of working on sites compliant with Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH).

Myles added: “We are proud of our history as a company, starting out as a civil engineering business before adding the building services division. But we are also conscious of the need to continue offering our clients innovative solutions that meet their requirements across the industrial, commercial and residential sectors.”

Alongside its continued growth, Moorcroft has also rebranded and unveiled a new company website.

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Moorcroft complete significant cable installation

Moorcroft complete significant cable installation

Moorcroft has completed seven months of civil works for a significant cable installation for principal contractor Morrison’s Utilities on the URENCO UK Capenhurst site.

It is the latest in a line of projects in which Moorcroft has worked collaboratively with the Morrison’s and URENCO project team.

Myles Platt, Managing Director of Moorcroft, said: “Crucial to the success of our work with Morrison’s and URENCO UK is the confidence and trust that we have in each other.

“The ability to work safely and effectively on site has once again been acknowledged.

“We look forward to continuing to work closely with these organisations over the coming months and years.”

Moorcroft has vast experience working with clients in the industrial sector including chemical, nuclear, maritime and petrochemical facilities. The company regularly works on sites compliant with Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH).

Moorcroft lands prestigious civil engineering project

Moorcroft lands prestigious civil engineering project

Moorcroft has landed another prestigious civil engineering project, this time in Warrington.

The scheme, in partnership with Addison’s Projects, is at the town’s PQ Corporation.

The civil engineering works involve infrastructure, structural reinforced concrete flooring and associated works.

Myles Platt, Managing Director of Moorcroft, said: “We are delighted to have been chosen to work with Addison’s Projects on such an important project on behalf of a multinational organisation.”

PQ Corporation is a leading worldwide producer of specialty inorganic performance chemicals and catalysts.

PQ traces its beginnings to a family soap and candle business started in Philadelphia by Joseph Elkinton in 1831.

The company began producing and selling “silicate of soda” or sodium silicate in 1861 to replace rosin in soap formulations. Today, PQ is the world’s largest producer of soluble silicates.

Three-year framework agreement with URENCO UK

Three-year framework agreement with URENCO UK

Moorcroft has signed a three-year framework agreement with URENCO UK.

The agreements will see the Ellesmere Port headquartered company deliver building and civil engineering works at the company’s Capenhurst site.

Moorcroft has a long track record of providing URENCO UK with a range of services.

Myles Platt, Managing Director of Moorcroft, said: “Moorcroft have been providing services to the Capenhurst site for a number of years now. It is a tribute to our team and the service we have provided which has now culminated in this agreement.

“Moorcroft is committed to providing a high quality cost effective and sustainable service.”