Building Contractor & Developers in North Yorkshire

Welcome to Randall Orchard Construction Ltd, a prominent, distinguished building contractor, and developer, established in 1976. Based in Richmond, North Yorkshire, we operate across Yorkshire, the North-East, and the North-West of England. Being a market leader, we are proud of our ability to successfully deliver contracts for a variety of clientele and across a variety of sectors, maintaining high standards throughout every stage of every project.

Our professional and skilled team have a wealth of experience delivering a wide range of projects, in excess of £6M. Ensuring that all our employees and subcontractors are competent and possess the most up to date skill set and knowledge, is critical to our operations and maintaining our high standards. Randall Orchard provides a traditional and personable service, with modern solutions. We excel in our ability to be an obliging and approachable member of the project team, delivering a first-class service which is testament to our success.

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All our project managers are highly experienced overseers, who are qualified in both Construction Management and Quantity Surveying.

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& Build

We deliver a complete Design and Build service, whether for modest works in the private sector or multi-million pound commercial contracts.

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Randall Orchard directly employs over fifty skilled craftspeople, both on-site and in our office. Many are local people who have worked with us for years.

We have extensive knowledge and experience working on commercial projects and for commercial clients.

Commercial Development

Whether a new build, full refurbishment, conversion, alteration, or extension, we have the skill set to help you achieve this.

Bespoke Residence

Whether social or private, we hold the knowledge, skills and experience to carry out residential developments.

Residential Development

We have extensive experience working on listed buildings and buildings within conservation areas.

Heritage & Conservation

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