We have almost 150 years of experience in shaping the built environment through modern methods of construction and quite a different approach to other construction companies. We lead the way to a more sustainable, socially conscious and connected world, and with 15 decades worth of stories to tell, the world has changed a lot since we started. But so have we.  

One thing that has remained the same though, is our commitment to the communities we work in. We aim to leave a legacy through economic, social and community impact. We do more than just build buildings. We build meaningful relationships with partners, stakeholders, supply chain and end-users throughout the entire construction process from planning and pre-construction to delivery, and beyond. 

We deliver a host of construction projects for both public and private sectors. Ranging from tight turnarounds of critical extensions to the design and build of multi-million-pound new developments. We work in partnership with our clients, supply chain and communities with social value and total quality front of mind.   

"Lincoln Court is a credit to the whole project team. When we look at where we started and what we've managed to deliver together, we are very proud of what we've achieved."

VIcky Japes Head of the Older Persons Accomodation Programme, City of York Council

Latest News:
Martin Standley has been chosen as one of the finalists in the Construction Manager of the Year category at this year’s Chartered Institute of Building’s prestigious CIOB Awards. He has been shortlisted following his work project managing the construction of Hull’s brand new Broadacre Primary School.
Construction project manager Martin Standley on a construction site
Digital technology in construction
Students get high-tech first glimpse of school expansion
Students at Hull’s Ron Dearing University Technical College (UTC) have been given a high-tech first glimpse of exactly how their state-of-the-art school will look once expansion work is complete.

Senior Leadership

Mark Boothby

The culture within Sewell means people can develop both professionally and personally and progress to become ambassadors for the company in all roles.

Chris Soper

Since I joined Sewell, the company has grown a lot but it has always maintained its family ethos and continues to invest in its people, empowering individuals and providing a platform for career progression.