Aspect Construction was established in 2008, right at the height of the financial crisis that hit both the world and the construction industry hard. The company was founded on the basis of offering the high level of service usually only given to very large construction projects, to schemes of all sizes. This helped Aspect Construction build a reputation for being the contractor of choice for delivering high quality buildings for customers across a range of industries.
Spotting this gap in the market, founders Terry Hearfield and Wesley Allmark, set about building a Aspect Construction into an independent, financially sound business with no borrowings and a healthy balance sheet.
2014 – New Offices
In 2014, Aspect Construction moved to new office facilities in Sutton Weaver in order to accommodate its growing team. The offices are located right off the M56, allowing quick access to all major northern cities, as well as North Wales and the Midlands.
2015 – New Frameworks
On the back of the company’s success with frameworks for the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moore’s University, the company secured positions on frameworks for Cumbria County Council, Shropshire Council and Lidl.
Aspect brought on board 7 new education clients, including four universities, further strengthening its already market leading education experience.
2016 – Growing Team
After securing its largest order book yet, Aspect began strengthening its team with key hires in Health and Safety, Supply Chain Management, Estimating and After Care. This allowed the company to provide more specialist expertise to clients, a better service post contract, and work closer with local suppliers.
More young people had their careers kick started at Aspect Construction with more apprentices and trainees being recruited than in any other year to date.
Aspect Construction also secured positions on more frameworks, including those for Cheshire East Council, Staffordshire County Council, University of Wolverhampton, and the coveted North West Construction Hub.