A major construction company is looking for builders, carpenters and other workers as it prepares to begin work on 550 new homes in Cornwall.
With projects including builds in Tuckingmill, St Ives and Newquay on the horizon, Domis is hosting a recruitment event next month.
The event will take place at the Bristol Hotel in Newquay on Thursday June 9 between 1pm and 7pm and will be open to all relevant professionals.
This will be the first step in recruiting local contractors and suppliers for Domis’ upcoming construction projects, with over 550 new homes to be built in the Duchy.
Lee McCarren, Managing Director of Domis, said: “We have a busy schedule with major projects ahead of us in Cornwall and we are looking to build long-term relationships with local supply chains and labor to help us deliver them.
“This event will be a great opportunity to meet local people and organizations who share our passion and commitment to creating excellence. We look forward to meeting local trades and sharing information about ourselves and our exciting pipeline. of opportunities.”
Domis is hosting a “meet the buyer” event Photo: Domis
The list of subcontractors and suppliers with whom Domis seeks to enter into contact includes:
• Demolition and site clearing
• Bulk excavation/clearing
• Earthwork and drainage worker
• Concrete frame
• Wood frame
• Beam and block
• Mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering
• Metal frame
• Roof – flat and sloping
• Aluminum windows/doors/CW
• PVC windows/doors
• Steel frame system
• Painting and decoration
• Tiled walls and floor
• Passenger elevators
Mr. McCarren said, “Our relationship with our partners is an integral part of our business. We work with people and companies that we trust and support, from the planning phase to the delivery of the project. It will be no different with our operations in Cornwall.
Founded in 2017, Domis is the construction partner of developer Salboy, which in March began work on 20 retirement flats on the edge of St Ives and last month completed the takeover of a site in Tuckingmill to build 77 homes in under the first phase of what he expects to be 278 homes.
Earlier this month he also revealed plans for a new 77-room four-to-five-star hotel, an upscale rooftop restaurant, 168 apartments and space for five commercial units in a $100 million redevelopment. sterling from Narrowcliff, Newquay.