Case studies

We’ve been building in South Wales for over 40 years, and have much to be proud of. Our clients include local authorities, health authorities, commercial businesses, housing associations, retail and domestic customers. We’re experts in conservation work, and have worked on a wealth of award-winning projects across the region.

The case studies below showcase the breadth of our experience – from conservation-focussed refurbishments to new housing developments, plus award-winning builds and full package deals where we’ve managed the project from initial consultation to completion.

Monarch Court

Monarch Court

M & J Cosgrove agreed a package deal where the land was purchased and a ‘turn key’ package agreed with Fairlake Properties to deliver 33 retirement…

Dyfrig House

Dyfrig House

Provision of 21 Nr bedroom with en-suites and staff room, managers office, lounge/kitchen/diner, communal activity area, interview room and reception area...

Cwrt Treganna

Cwrt Treganna

A design & build contract (competitive tender)to demolish existing building and construct 23 units of timber frame construction including communal…

Ty Onnen

Ty Onnen

A negotiated design & build contract to build 6 flats plus staff accommodation. The value was £1.1m completion November 2010.…

The Arc Centre, Bridgend

The Arc Centre, Bridgend

The scheme comprised the construction of a Mental Health Resource Centre together with drainage and external site works...

Masefield Road

Masefield Road

Demolition of existing school buildings followed by the design and build of 17Nr houses...

Dochdwy Road

Dochdwy Road

Design & Build of 18 Flats (6No 1 bedroom and 12No 2 bedroom ) Traditional masonry construction with a mix of face brick...

Former Canton Police Station

Former Canton Police Station

Demolition of existing police station buildings, followed by design & build of new flats...

Woodlands View

Woodlands View

M&J Cosgrove acquired a former industrial park and negotiated a package deal with Pobl Housing association Limited to construct thirty nine houses...