About us

Harry Fairclough has been building working, living and learning environments since 1898. Headquartered in Warrington, Cheshire, with an office in Yorkshire, we are a £30 million turnover business, delivering build and civil engineering projects across the North of England and beyond.

1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2015 reportIn 2015, we were named in London Stock Exchange Group's 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report. The report was a celebration of the UK's fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses and to be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers. This is an achievement we are very proud of and believe makes us more attractive to both prospective clients and employees.

Going the extra mile to understand and quickly, professionally and competently respond to customer and end user needs, engaging communities in which we work, and delivering innovative solutions, is what sets us apart.

We've built a strong reputation with customers in the education, health, industrial, commercial, sport and leisure, transport and infrastructure, secure environments and water and inland marine sectors for delivering quality projects safely that provide value for money and reflect our customers' priorities, usually in and around live operating environments.

Our experience, in-house resources and commitment to investing in our people makes us a team you can trust. Read more about our history, our approach, our people, working for us (including our training and award-winning apprenticeship scheme), our partnership with UK-wide voluntary youth sector organisation Rathbone and our latest news and views.

"Harry Fairclough went the extra mile to meet our requirements and make the process as streamlined as possible for all involved, whilst maintaining optimum safety and quality standards. We would have no hesitation in contracting them to work on other projects."

Su Evans, Principal Architect, Wrexham County Borough Council