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Community Projects

Chiel Construction Ltd is always looking for oopportunities to be involved with helping the local community.

See our community projects below.

Solihull College & University Centre - Woodlands Campus

Chiel was employeed by Solihull College & University Centre to build their fourth brick workshop to help which is required due to the rising demand for their bricklaying course.

During the building procees we were helped by students of Solihull College & University Centre with the bricklaying.

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Japanese Peace Garden - Memorial Park, Coventry 

The project started as an education project involving five Coventry primary schools and a Noh theatre group “Between the Stones”. The school communities learnt about the links between Coventry and Hiroshima especially the importance of reconciliation and peace. The final part of the project was for pupils to design miniature Japanese peace garden.

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University of Warwick - Seedlings Childcare Nursery

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As per Chiel Constructions initiative we strive to engage with the community around each of our projects. On this occasion we had the honour of working with the seedling’s childcare nursery at the University of Warwick Wellesbourne campus. The children were invited to be escorted to a safe location on the site boundary to watch the Chiel excavators at work. Once the presentation of the diggers had finished our Projects Director, Andy Kemp and Senior Site Manager, Graham Hingley completed the handover of toy diggers for the children to enjoy during their play time.


We were proud to receive a lovely thank you card from the children in the nursey which is displayed in our offices!​


Bedworth Warriors Wasps

Chiel Construction's Project Director, Andy Kemp is team manager for two of the junior teams. Chiel have been proud sponsors of bedworth warriors wasps since 2017. 

21st Scout Group

Chiel Construction's Managing Director, Martin Rush and Project Manager, Josh Randle have a large involvement with the 21st Scout Group in Coventry. This relationship has allowed Chiel to actively work with the local community in supporting young people to learn the skills, and develop the confidence, to succeed in whatever they do in the future.

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