NEC3 Supervisor works at the University of Lincoln

The city of Lincoln is known for more than its imposing medieval cathedral, it’s also home to one of the UK’s top 50 ranked universities—the University of Lincoln. The University, which is rated in the top 20 nationally for academic support, learning resources and learning community in the National Student Survey 2017, will from this September, be teaching hundreds of students in some of the new academic buildings we have been fortunate to work on over the past two years.

Our relationship with the University first began in 2015 and continues to develop with projects such as the Minerva Building reconfiguration, Bridge House renovation and the Media, Humanities and Technology (MHT) Building Reconfiguration. This year alone we have helped the University complete on two major campus developments—the Sarah Swift Building, a £19m investment which is the new home to the Schools of Health and Social Care, Psychology and the Professional Development Centre, and the £30m Isaac Newton Building which houses the Schools of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics & Physics. Providing continuing Clerk of Works and NEC Supervisor services to oversee the quality of these builds has been one of our priorities.

‘This is really great news for us as 64% of our business comes from repeat business. This demonstrates to us that clients such as the University of Lincoln continuously recognise the value we add to their construction projects and validates the work our quality site inspectors do. We are also thrilled to have started NEC Supervisory works on three new projects, Bridge House renovation, the Minerva Building Reconfiguration and the Media, Humanities and Technology (MHT) Building Reconfiguration.’

–Managing Director Tony Mobbs

With over 90 Building and M&E Clerks of Works located throughout the UK we can demonstrate experience in areas such as the educational, residential, heritage and commercial sectors.

For more information about our projects and experience please visit our projects page on our website, and if you wish to learn more about the University of Lincoln and its campus investments, please visit:

Hickton Quality Control

Amber Court
51 Church Street
South Yorkshire
S74 8HT



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