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Hookway is able to carry out reports to demonstrate to insurers and the like the actual likely cost of reconstructing or repairing buildings should they become damaged in some way.

Many insurance policies are based upon estimates that may be inadequate to restore your building to the condition required, this can especially be true of older or historic buildings that are constructed using methods or materials less common in modern times. To ensure adequate coverage and peace of mind arrange an assessment by one of our surveyors.   

Testimonial

“This year we had two bids totalling over a one million pounds for Lawn Manor. Our new boilers and plant, and new roof projects have gone completely smoothly, safely and within budget.”

“After a fantastic refurbishment of our Grade II* listed building roof last year, Hookway has excellently project managed a complete transformation of our asbestos roofs. ”

“We had to prepare and construct additional facilities, within two terms, to accommodate a child with severe and profound needs. The initial task seemed totally overwhelming, however Hookway took on the role of project managing the nearly £100,000 extension and enabled school life to continue with very few changes. ”

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Over £12 million CIF secured for 45 academies in 2020

Hookway has successfully secured over £12 million in Condition Improvement Funding (CIF) in 2020 for 45 delighted academies.

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Hookway delivers CIF projects in time for the new school year

Over the past months Hookway's surveyors have been working on numerous condition improvement projects, ensuring that all work is completed in time for the start of a new academic year.

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Hookway secures £7.5 million worth of CIF bids for academy clients

We've helped over 30 academies secure a combined total of £7.5 million to address significant building condition needs.

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