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We are a leading construction and engineering business, delivering outstanding projects throughout the built environment for a range of clients across the UK and Europe.

What we deliver

Our Engineering division specialises in the design, offsite manufacture and installation of mechanical and electrical solutions, and we have an industry-leading reputation for delivering our work and projects responsibly and sustainably.

We are a national business with a local presence and our project portfolio includes nuclear new build, fast paced manufacturing facilities, state of the art schools, universities and hospitals, cutting edge office spaces and retail venues, railway stations, sports stadiums and iconic city landmarks.

What makes us different

We work with our customers from early project conception through to handover and beyond. We have unique and innovative ways of working, which is one of the reasons our customers keep coming back to us.

Championing offsite manufacture

We have been pioneering the use of offsite manufacture for many years and we provide offsite solutions through our specialist production facility in Yorkshire, the largest of its kind in the UK. 

We prefabricate modular building services that can be adapted to include various combinations of mechanical and electrical functionality. Designed and built specifically to fit within the dimensions and constraints of individual buildings, our framed solutions include pipework for heating and chilled, cold and hot water systems, containment for electrical cabling and ventilation ductwork.

As a business, we champion the use of offsite manufacture because of the many advantages it has to offer to our customers. Due to its nature, offsite manufacture has significant safety benefits when compared with traditional construction site build conditions. Offsite manufacture can also save build costs, labour costs and time, significantly reduce deliveries, man hours and on-site waste and our facility has a proven track record of delivering projects on time, on budget, and defect-free. It also supports our overall aim as a business to work safely, responsibly and sustainably.

Our ‘design for manufacture’ approach presents a realistic, affordable, efficient and environmentally-friendly alternative to labour-intensive and time-consuming on-site production and assembly, or where there are specific challenges related to being on site. 

Sector expertise

We work across a wide range of sectors including:

Adding value through our wider service offering

Our Engineering division isn’t just a standalone aspect of our business. Our Engineering teams also work together with our Services division to offer our customers a unique and unrivalled experience which covers the whole project lifecycle - a true end-to-end solution.

Related Projects

University Hospital of North Tees – Energy Centre

NG Bailey operated as principal contractor on this scheme, to create a new £14M energy centre at the University Hospital of North Tees. We were selected to address the risks arising from ageing infrastructure and provide capacity for future development. As principal contractor NG Bailey was responsible for all site works. Sitting within the busy existing hospital estate, the centre houses a new primary intake substation; emergency generators; a combined heat and power unit; three steam boilers; new water storage tanks; oil storage tanks and associated mechanical and electrical infrastructure.

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20 Fenchurch Street

More commonly known as the ‘Walkie Talkie’ building, 20 Fenchurch Street is a landmark skyscraper providing prime office space in the heart of the City of London. We delivered a highly customised service that met all the requirements of the mechanical services package, which included the supply, delivery, positioning, installation, testing, commissioning and setting to work of mechanical systems.

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AMRC Factory 2050

A state-of-the-art development that has kept Sheffield at the cutting edge of advanced manufacturing. Focusing on making a significant difference to the advanced manufacturing sector, this centre of excellence was the UK's first fully reconfigurable assembly and component manufacturing facility for collaborative research. We delivered the mechanical and electrical design and our offsite manufacturing facility was also utilised on the project.

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BCU Curzon and Parkside Campus

Birmingham City University's city centre campus is evolving into a heart of excellence and a state-of- the-art student-focused facility. We were tasked with integrating the specialist systems across the existing services with the new full mechanical, electrical and plumbing services installed within both Parkside and Curzon buildings. Innovation was integral and we developed a proactive approach that was successfully implemented on both buildings. Due to the compact nature of the site, our offsite manufacturing facility was utilised to produce pipework, as well as other prefabricated elements.

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Birmingham New Street

We played an integral part of the transformation of Birmingham New Street station, replacing the engine room that sits at the heart of the railway station’s operations and carries all the mechanical and electrical services to each of its platforms. The age and infrastructure of the station ruled out traditional on-site construction so our offsite manufacturing facility was used to develop the biggest offsite design and build solution in our history. Nicknamed ‘The Spine’, it spanned the width of the station, measuring 7m wide, 3m high and 126m long, weighing 300 tonnes.

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Forbury Place

Building No.2 is the final piece of the Forbury Place estate. This speculative office development, featuring the largest floorplates in the town centre, is part of Reading’s newest urban business district, transforming the area with global companies already occupying buildings 1 and 3. We delivered mechanical and electrical installations for 17,800sqm of commercial space across 8 floors. Our installation also helped to achieve the energy efficiency aspirations of the project.

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Grosvenor House, Sheffield

Grosvenor House is a landmark development in the heart of Sheffield city centre. The seven-storey development includes c.22,500m2 of office space and c.8,500m2 of retail space and public areas, creating an exciting new space for commercial, retail, leisure and residential tenants. Delivering large construction and engineering schemes in a busy city centre environment presents many challenges, we were able to overcome these by using our in-house offsite manufacturing expertise helping to save time, improve safety and reduce disruption around the site. We developed bespoke Mechanical Electrical Plumbing (MEP) service module solutions enabling the fast-track project to be delivered within a tight one-year timescale.

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Jaguar Land Rover i54

This new engine factory for car giant Jaguar Land Rover was built on the i54 development on the outskirts of Wolverhampton. The new manufacturing facility doubled the size of the existing plant. We delivered all the mechanical and electrical services on the project and our offsite manufacturing facility was actively involved too, producing 67 heavy service modules and a number of other components.

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Lambeth Town Hall

Lambeth New Town Hall was a landmark project for Lambeth Council and its residents. We were contracted to undertake the MEP services for the project using a team with a vast amount of experience delivering projects in the public sector. Sustainability was at the top of Lambeth Council’s agenda and this is an area where we really made a difference. Our five year sustainability strategy - One Approach - fully supported Lambeth Council’s sustainability targets for the project, which included creating new jobs, up to 45 new apprenticeships and a BREEAM “excellent” rating for the new Town Hall.

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Liverpool Life Sciences Accelerator

A £25million development that enables innovative research into antibiotic resistance. The 70,000 square foot building co-locates the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) and a raft of relevant SMEs with larger scale industrial collaboration through pre-existing product development partnerships. We supplied, installed and commissioned a range of mechanical engineering systems on the project.

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