Current Joinery Projects

We are currently working on a number of prestigious projects for our clients in Manchester.

T1 & T2

T1 & T2 are major residential development based in Manchester. The development consists of two high rise tower comprising 30 tower levels of studios and communal residences and 5 lower levels of commercial and ancillary accommodation.


Standing tall at 42 storeys, Bankside is the first tower to be released for sale within the Colliers Yard neighbourbhood. It will comprise 444 luxury apartments, a mixture of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses, along with an exceptional level of residential amenity.

Trinity Island

Trinity Island neighbourhood incorporates generous, high-quality public realm along 130m of scenic riverbank frontage. Boasting a stunning riverbank setting and 1.6 acres of riverside park featuring both a children’s play area and dedicated dog park, Trinity Island is also situated close to St John’s, an area brimming with culture, enterprise and innovation.

Port Street

Port Street is a major residential development on an existing site, most recently used as a car park. The development comprises of a 33 storey residential building and low-rise podium blocks of varying levels. The scheme also includes one level of basement car parking, public realm and hard and soft landscaping. The development includes the provision of approximately 477 residential units.

House Of Social

The House of Social development is a 14 storey tower containing 100 five or six bedroom cluster units with shared living and kitchen spaces and self contained ensuite bedrooms. The ground and first floors contain a food hall that is open to the public and will have a number of separate kitchens, seating and private areas. The development also has an external landscaped and paved area, providing additional space to residents and the wider public.

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