Contractor wins £2m mill restoration project

The Station House

Enrok Construction has been appointed to deliver a £2m project to restore an historic mill building in Nottingham city centre.

The Derbyshire firm is serving as principal contractor on the redevelopment of the Station House, which dates back to the 19th century and is currently used as a church.

With planning already secured, Enrok has begun work to convert the building on Crocus Street into 27 one and two-bed apartments, with completion expected by late summer 2023.

Jordan Mallisch, director at Enrok, said: “We are really excited to be working on this former mill on Crocus Street with an existing client. We initially discussed it two years ago and now we are finally able to get started on the refurbishment.

“We’ll be replacing the windows, in keeping with their existing style, retaining features such as columns and braces and we’ll be taking some elements back to brick. When complete it will bring much needed high quality, residential accommodation to Nottingham city centre for both sale and rent.”

The contractor has appointed restoration and refurbishment specialist Dean Johnston as site manager for the project.

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