Recently completed scheme shortlisted for award

Published on Monday 10 June 2019

We are delighted to announce that our recently completed design and build project of 16 affordable dwellings for Cross Keys Homes has been shortlisted as a finalist in the LABC East Anglia Building Excellence Awards, in the category for Best Social or Affordable New Housing Development.

The LABC awards reward ʺexcellent buildings, outstanding companies, and partnerships and individualsʺ and look for ʺoutstanding craftsmanship, technical innovation, sustainability and high performanceʺ. More details can be found on the LABC website here: The awards ceremony takes place on Friday 5th July 2019 at St. Andrew’s Plain in Norwich.

Internal fit out contract nearing completion

Published on Wednesday 1 May 2019

Our project in St Ives which involves the internal fit out of a new commercial building is due for completion this month.

The work includes internal structural and drainage alterations, new electrical and mechanical installations and all internal finishes. The finishes include reclaimed timber cladding, aluminium suspended planks, leather banquette seating areas and a feature counter with a flint stone wall and formica worktop.

Externally we are carrying a full decoration of the facade and are installing illuminated signage and lighting to the building.

Eric’s Fish and Chips will be opening to the public on 1st June.

Passive House in Ramsey nearing completion

Published on Wednesday 20 March 2019

Our project in Ramsey which involves the installation of the external facade, a full internal fit out and carrying out the external works and drainage to a Passive House is nearing completion. The scaffold has recently been dropped to reveal a stunning contrasting Siberian larch facade installed by our in-house carpenters. As well as the facade, the lightweight steel roof cladding and grey composite windows complete the aesthetics of the house.

All internal finishes have been complete including the Ash staircase, solid wood worktops and Marmoleum floor coverings made 100% from natural materials.

Due to the problems with the levels of the site a drainage treatment tank was installed along with a 42 meter field drain.

The project is due to be complete this week.


Work is progressing on programme at our Hampton site

Published on Wednesday 6 February 2019

We are currently carrying out the design and build of a ground floor retail unit and 8 flats over 2 more floors on our site in Hampton, Peterborough.

The roof structure has been installed and the roofing contractor has started to install the roof coverings. The external masonry facade has almost reached eaves level and the external windows and doors have been installed. Internal metal stud walls have been constructed and 1st fix electrics and plumbing to the first floor is complete, allowing the plastering to commence.

The scaffold is due to be struck in 4 weeks so the external works and drainage can resume. The project is still on course to complete in June 2019.


New project awarded to design and construct 14 flats in St Ives

Published on Friday 4 January 2019

The project involves the demolition of an existing car garage and designing and constructing 14 flats across 3 separate blocks across the site.

The site is located in a conservation area presenting challenges throughout the project. Material selection for the scheme is being closely monitored to ensure it satisfies the local conservation and planning officers.

The demolition is complete and the site is currently being investigated by archaeologists due to the historical nature of the site location. We are due to commence with the construction of the flats in February 2019.

First phase of private housing development in Downham Market nearing completion

Published on Wednesday 21 November 2018

The first phase of our housing development in Downham Market is nearing completion. The project comprises the construction of 14 dwellings for GCB Developments. The site will be handed over in two phases, with phase 1 due for completion in early December, and phase 2 following in early 2019.

The photo below shows progress on the site in mid-November.

Demolition of old office allows development to progress

Published on Wednesday 14 November 2018

Since moving to our new head office this has allowed development to progress on our old office site in Deeping St James.

Shortly after moving offices our old office was demolished, including breaking out the underground inspection pits of the old Deeping St James bus depot which once stood there. Groundworks have begun to build a new 4 bed detached dwelling in its place, which will be the 4th and final plot of the development.

Photos below show our old office before, during and after the demolition.


Burmor Construction moves into new head office

Published on Wednesday 14 November 2018

Burmor are pleased to announce that after steady growth within the company we have moved into our new head office in Market Deeping, Peterborough.

After plenty of anticipation and excitement the new office was up and running in October 2018. The office was designed and built by Burmor and was built using a structural steel frame and cladding to the walls and roof. Internally there is 2 large open planned offices, reception area, meeting room and 2 private offices. The building also includes a rear workshop and an external concrete yard for storage.

Adjacent to the new office is a parcel of land which Burmor will be developing and building 8 light industrial units on. Please contact our office for more information about these units.

Photos below show our completed office.


Contract awarded to build a Passive House in Peterborough

Published on Wednesday 14 November 2018

We have started on our new site in Peterborough which involves taking possession of a Passive House timber frame and completing the timber roof structure and installing the metal cladding roof coverings,  forming the external facade with Siberian larch timber cladding and Velfac windows and doors, carrying out a complete internal fit out including the installation of the services and landscaping and drainage for the site.

Burmor have been in close contact with the Passive House contractor to ensure the air tightness of the building is protected at all times, delivering an efficient home for the client as an end result.

Below shows a photo of the external building upon possession of the site and the Architect’s proposed elevations for the building.

The project is due to be complete by March 2019.

Superstructure is progressing in Hampton

Published on Wednesday 14 November 2018

The superstructure on our project to design and build 8 flats above a ground floor retail unit is progressing well. The structural steel frame is now complete and the ground, first and second floors have been formed using over 200 sheets of steel mesh reinforcement and close to 175 m3 of concrete. The masonry external walls are shooting up on the ground floor, with the photos below also showing the metal SFS framework for the internal skin of the upper floors.

The project is still on course to complete in Summer 2019.