Hale builds new social housing in Welsh World Heritage site

Hale Construction is proud to have recently completed a substantial social development site in the historic town of Blaenavon, South East Wales. After two years of work, a new development of 54 homes are ready to be moved into. The properties which include a range of two, three and four bed houses as well as one and two bedroom flats, were built for client, Melin Housing Association. With a rich industry history of ironwork, steel-making and coal mining, Blaenavon was named a World Heritage site in 2000. Read More »

Hale Construction proudly sponsor uniforms for local under 13s rugby team

Hale Construction is proud to sponsor uniforms for a local under 13s rugby team in Abercrave for yet another year. The unbeatable team haven’t lost a game or a tournament in years including the district cup, seven aside in Burry Port, and various tours. They are feeling confident in gaining more victories in the near future.   Hale Construction Chairman Jonathan Hale said: “I think it’s important to invest in the future of young talented children in Wales as these are the people of our future – I’m very proud to sponsor such a talented team!”     Read More »

Hale unveils social housing in spectacular Gower

Hale Construction is delighted to unveil their new development in Monksland Road, Scurlage to their client Family Housing Association. Hale Construction completed the development on Monday which consisted of 14no two and three bedroom houses in a quiet area of the Gower Peninsular. The site design has a modern feel that is spacious and practical, along with spectacular countryside views. This really is a site to be proud of. Photo above; Eirion Thomas, Clerk of the Works – Family Housing Association and Mathew Hall, Site Manager – Hale Construction. Read More »

Hale Construction attends building awards!

Awards0093 Hale Construction has come away from the recent Neath Port Talbot building awards with two fantastic wins: Best Site Manager, which went to a female, and Best New Housing Development. The annual awards celebrate the best in the region’s construction industry with entrants coming from businesses that carry out domestic alterations such as house extensions, to those that undertake large commercial developments. Winners are chosen by Building Control Surveyors.   LABC Best Site Manager was awarded to 23-year-old Charlotte Hale, a fantastic achievement, especially in light of the fact that just 1% of on-site workers are female. Read More »

Hale employees dig out their festive knits

20161214_154121 After a successful ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ last year to raise money for the Kids Cancer Charity, staff at J G Hale Construction decided to support the charity for a further year and staged another ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ to raise more money. The team raised a magnificent amount for the charity by wearing their best festive knits for the day in return for donations. On behalf of the whole of J G Hale Construction we would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and look forward to working with you in 2017! Read More »

Hale’s successful completion of Builth Wells development

  Hale Construction was awarded the contract to redevelop Builth Wells Cottage Hospital. Working in partnership with Wales and West Housing Association and Builth Wells Heritage Society, Hale Construction paid homage to the former Cottage Hospital by reflecting the Victorian architecture in the new 17 home development. Four two bedroom flats, three bungalows, and ten houses have been built with residents moving in to their new homes earlier in the summer. The site manager Shayne Price said, “It was a very tight site with very little site parking and room for storage of materials, after meeting with the head of Builth Primary School it was agreed that we could use some of the school car park for parking, which was a great help to Hale.” In return for the use of the parking area, Hale presented Builth Primary School with a number of electronic devices to help with the growth and education at the school. Read More »

Bethany Lane reaches LABC finals

The Hale Construction team recently attended the building industry’s top annual event, the LABC Building Excellence Awards, to celebrate its Bethany Lane site. The Bethany Lane development, a set of luxurious four and five bedroom family homes in West Cross, Swansea, saw the Hale team become finalists in the best small new housing development category which recognises ‘building excellence in the delivery of outstanding construction and workmanship’. This follows the company’s win in the same category at the South Wales Building Excellence Awards, the regional awards which preceded the LABC Building Excellence Awards. Read More »

It was an incredible day and ‘Team Hale’ completed the course with some great times.

Hale would like to say a massive thank you to all of their runners for taking part in the Swansea Half Marathon on Sunday 26th June 2016. Money is still being raised for Headway, Neath/Port Talbot to remember and celebrate the life of our friend and colleague Kim who sadly passed away. The sponsorship page is still available, so if you would like to sponsor us please go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/HaleConstruction Please dig deep. Thank you so much! Team Hale SHM 2016   Read More »

Award-Winning Bethany Lane continues winning streak

Hale Homes’ award-winning luxury Mumbles development site has continued its winning streak and received another award. Bethany Lane picked up the award for Best New Small Housing Site at the LABC South Wales Building Excellence Awards in Cardiff last week. Bethany Lane - LABC Award 2016 There is just one plot left in the West Cross-located development and potential residents are welcome to visit the site by contacting info@hale-homes.co.uk or call Ruth on 01792 462877 to sample the Bethany Lane lifestyle. Hale Home’s Neath development, Groves Road, was also recognised at last week’s South Wales Building Excellence Awards, earning a Highly Commended title. Read More »

Hale Construction Celebrates Successful First Year of Biomass Boilers

Hale Construction has reaped the rewards from going green, with a £10,000 saving since installing biomass boilers to heat their Neath headquarters. The family-run business, which incorporates Hale Construction, Hale Homes and Seven Oaks Timberframe, has won awards for its sustainability credentials and environmentally-friendly building processes. Hale has also employed a new recruit to operate the two Attack model boilers. Timber frame from Hale’s sister company Seven Oaks Timberframe is used to fuel the boilers, which heat the offices, timber frame factory and hot water system, saving an estimated £10,000 a year in skip fees. Read More »