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RÅ House Contractor Appointed by H+H Celcon

Hart Construction of Colchester has been appointed a Recommended Contractor for H+H Celcon's Rå House, joining the fast-growing team of specialist contractors across the UK offering this new concept in quick and efficient masonry construction.

Craig Hart, managing director, and Glen Neal, construction director, established the business 18 months ago. Both have held management positions in a variety of main contracting and subcontracting businesses. Their experience stretches back many years on projects from £10,000 to £1m value.

Hart Construction operates throughout Essex, Kent, London and Surrey and undertakes both housing and non-housing work for private and public sectors.

The company can offer labour only, labour and materials or a complete supply and fix package including scaffolding. Commenting on his appointment as a Rå House contractor Craig said: "I think the Rå House concept is excellent, we are promoting it very hard and I am convinced it has a great future."

The company has already completed a Thin-Joint project in Bermondsey and is about to start two Rå House projects, one in Dulwich and the other a block of four flats in Woolwich, southeast London, other projects are due to start in December.

H+H Celcon launched Rå House last autumn in response to the growing H+demand for Modern Methods of Construction. It uses teams of expert installers to quickly and efficiently build the complete airtight, weatherproof, high quality masonry shell of a house.

Using Celcon aircrete blocks with the Thin-Joint System, engineered flooring systems and proprietary roofs, with options for Celcon Foundation blocks and the Celcon Flooring System at ground floor, the Rå House concept provides a combined package of build and materials. This enables builders to benefit from the most modern materials and lean processes available today. Benefits include both speed of construction and quality of build.

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