Leicestershire Building Company

Our team has the ability to take on all types of building work, whether it’s a small extension or a complete new build, we’re currently working on projects with a value of up to £5 million, in and around Leicestershire.

We offer a comprehensive design service that can include the preparation of any necessary planning and building regulation documentation, and we are equally happy to provide as much assistance as required during the course of the project.

Having gained years of experience working on conservation projects, we are proud to call ourselves specialists in Grade II listed building developments. Our expertise in this industry has allowed us to gain a wide range of specialist techniques that are commonly used in this line of work.

  • Sand cleaning techniques
  • Stone wall construction
  • Damp proofing treatments
  • Bespoke timber work
Leicestershire Building Company

“ Bosworth Marina asked Keller Construction to construct a five star facilities building for their boaters. Keller were competitive, easy to work with, and have delivered a fantastic services hub for the marina.

The quality of management and workmanship ensured that the contract was completed within budget and on time. ”

Helen Trivett
Market Bosworth Marina, Congsterstone Lane, Market Bosworth

To ensure compliance, our building company carries all of the necessary insurance, and is fully up-to-date with current legislation within the construction industry, including health and safety.

Our team will happily provide professional advice on land acquisition, so, if you are unsure about any land that you own, we are able to guide you through the correct procedures. Which will, in turn, allow you to achieve your maximum potential.

As a company we appreciate the anxieties and unknowns that come when deciding to appoint a contractor on any level. Our aim is to remove the stress and keep you up to speed with the progress of your project, whilst exceeding your expectations of the finished article. But, remember, things have to look worse before they start to get better!