JG Hale Construction



JG Hale Construction was established in 1996 by carpenter Jonathan Hale. It has since grown rapidly to employ over 150 people to deliver major construction projects for local authorities, housing associations and the private sector in the Neath and Swansea area.

JG Hale Construction prides themselves on building homes to the highest quality and they are keen to keep up with the changes in the industry by utilising modern methods of construction in their projects. They even have their own timber frame company, Seven Oaks, which designs and manufactures innovative timber frames and roof trusses which enables JG Hale Construction to use the highest quality materials in their work.

Their site at Chiltern Close was recently awarded 'Social Housing Development of the Year' at The Bricks 2019.

Case study - JG Hale Construction

We visited JG Hale's Chiltern Close site to find out from their Site Manager and Contracts Manager what it takes to achieve building excellence.

How does JG Hale Construction achieve building excellence?

"We all want building excellence. It's a quality that Hale and LABC Warranty both share and that is what we aim to deliver." Matthew Hall - Site Manager

The key to achieving building excellence for JG Hale Construction is a combination of having the personal motivation to build a home to the highest standard and sharing that same passion with everyone involved in the build, including their warranty provider. "We all want building excellence. It's a quality that Hale and LABC Warranty both share and that is what we aim to deliver", Matthew Hall, Site Manager at JG Hale Construction.

"One of the main reasons we enjoy working with LABC Warranty is to gather their invaluable knowledge and experience. Catching a potential issue is key to achieving high standards and avoiding unnecessary costs at the end of the development", Gerwyn Landrygan, Contracts Manager at JG Hale Construction.

"As a site manager you are faced with many challenges on a daily basis. The key to getting around these challenges is to have good communication with all parties involved", Matthew Hall.