Trenton Construction is a ‘local’ general building contractor founded in 1982, based in Stoke-on-Trent. We are a Principal Contractor and are able to manage projects throughout their whole development from that initial pre-construction stage and into the ultimate construction phase.
With every new opportunity and project we are able to draw upon that wealth of experience gained from previous projects that have been successfully undertaken. We have experience with numerous both public and private sector Clients here in North Staffordshire and the Midlands, with particularly strong links to the various NHS Trusts locally, UHNM NHS Trust, North Staffs Combined Healthcare Midland Foundation Partnership Trust, and private sector Clients including Müller, JCB, The Douglas Macmillan Hospice and local University, Schools and Colleges.
We are familiar with both traditional and modern building techniques and methods and also have particular experience with both historic and “listed” properties and sites within the area.
At Trenton Construction, we believe that there is no job too big or too small for our Team. Be it new construction, alterations, refurbishment, or planned/responsive maintenance, we have a team that you can trust.
Helping the local community – CSR
At Trenton Construction, we believe that a ‘local’ building contractor must go further than purely working locally to fulfil its corporate social responsibility. By “hiring” locally, we support the local jobs market, and our extensive network of local subcontractors and suppliers both assist and supports the local economy and helps significantly reduce our carbon footprint.
Charity work and sponsorships
Since 2008, Trenton Construction has supported the Chernobyl Children’s Project (UK) Endon and Stoke Group to allow them to continue their vital work in hosting holidays for teenagers, children, and mothers to benefit their health following the April 1986 nuclear power station disaster.
We are also proud sponsors of our local football team: Hanley Town Football Club, who during the pandemic have been involved in numerous community activities to help the physical and mental wellbeing of local families and individuals.
We have worked previously to support our local Douglas Macmillan Hospice and the fabulous work undertaken at both their local headquarters and city wide venues.