Contractors & Developers
We have been active in foundations engineering for 30 years’ and are experienced in major commercial contracts. The range of our piling capability includes continuous flight auger (CFA), auger bored, rotary, driven and Grundomat.
Experienced, accredited and insured
Our clients include construction professionals, developers, national and regional building contractors and local builders. Operating chiefly in Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex and London, we are prepared to travel further afield in southern England to areas including Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and Wiltshire.
We have Public Liability and Employers Liability insurance to £15M, and Professional Indemnity to £5M. All operatives are CPCS and CSCS accredited.
“Called them regarding a small extension that needed piling and a floor slab, had a quote and men on site within 8 days and job completed one week later. A great service.”
“Very well equipped with the right equipment for the job. Excellent work, very professionally conducted. All the team members were hard working and knew their jobs well and it was a pleasure to see their skills at work. I would highly recommend them - keep up the excellent standards!”
“I would like you to pass on my thanks to your staff responsible for our job, particularly Michael, he was an absolute star in what was a very mucky job! Many thanks again for a job well done!”
“We would just like to say how impressed we were with Neil Foundations! We have encountered many different tradesmen and contractors over the years and Neil Foundations from start to finish have been the most professional by far. Your staff are helpful and courteous and tidy. They arrive early, work hard and are very knowledgeable about their trade. They are a credit to your business. Thank you again.”
“Just wanted to thank you personally as well as Kaspars and his team, I was very impressed with attitude and commitment from you all. I look forward to working with you all again in the near future.”