We are also privileged to work with and be supported by some of the biggest names in construction. Employers interested in supporting the work of the
UTC do so at one of 4 levels, each reflecting the amount of support they are able to provide. Below you will find a list of employers who are Patrons,
Partners, Friends and Supporters of the UTC.
Employers who are patrons commit extensively to supporting the work of the UTC in a variety of ways, including:
The first Barratt property development company was established in Newcastle upon Tyne and grew the business steadily, laying the foundation for the growth that followed. We were listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1968. In 1972, a programme of rapid expansion followed, seeing a series of acquisitions and the creation of new companies. During the 1990s the Barratt Group grew organically, establishing an unrivalled track record of consistent growth. In April 2007, Barratt acquired Wilson Bowden PLC and today has a network of 27 housebuilding divisions throughout Britain, selling new build homes under the Barratt, David Wilson and Ward Homes brands.
Lovell Partnerships Limited delivers residential construction development; from mixed-tenure property solutions and full residential refurbishment expertise to housing associations, local authorities and other public-sector partners. From boardroom to building site, delivering exceptional service is embedded into the Lovell culture, so making sure we take on and keep hold of the best colleagues we can find is at the heart of what we do.
From Construction and Infrastructure to Fit Out, Property Services, Partnership Housing, Urban Regeneration and Investments, Morgan Sindall Group deliver complex projects that create a real difference. Morgan Sindall is the construction and regeneration group. Talented people are the key to our success. We employ around 6,000 people, working on everything from small scale fit outs and utilities projects to major urban regeneration schemes. Our strength comes from this balance of activity and our ability to provide integrated solutions comprising a range of our services.
Over 40 plus years, Redrow has grown from a small civil engineering enterprise in North Wales to become one of the UK’s leading housebuilders and a FTSE 250 company. Redrow has a proud heritage which stretches back to 1974 when the company was first established by Steve Morgan as a small civil engineering concern in North Wales, specialising in drainage sub-contracting.
At RMD Kwikform we have a complete understanding of the construction supply chain and the impact each link of the chain can have on the overall project. We therefore work in partnership with our customers – and even their customers, to ensure everything possible can be done to maintain the smooth running of a project. We also understand the ever-increasing complexity of projects, tightness of timescales and the need to ensure stringent health and safety levels are maintained at all times. At RMD Kwikform we never try and over-complicate a situation – we have the knowledge and dedication to deliver solutions that are the most functionally efficient, cost effective and safety conscious for our customers.
Seddon is a family-owned and managed business that spans three centuries and five generations. From its humble beginnings in Little Hulton near Manchester in 1897 the business now delivers over £160 million of building projects across the UK employing nearly 800 people.
Employers who are partners commit to supporting the work of the UTC in some of the following ways:
Employers who are friends commit to supporting the work of the UTC in some of the following ways:
Employers who are supporters commit to supporting the work of the UTC in some of the following ways:
Black Country Chamber of Commerce
The list of employers deciding to become affiliated with the UTC is always growing. If you are interested in being an employer sponsor to the UTC,
please get in touch and we will be happy to discuss this with you and the benefits for your organisation.
Please view our Engagement Booklet here