Hyde House – a stunning Berkshire new build

August 22nd, 2012

Bond Brick has recently completed work on Hyde House in Berkshire. This state of the art Georgian style country house, situated in the heart of the Berkshire countryside provides the ultimate in luxury and style.

Total gross internal space of house is 6,286 sq.ft and provides six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a fabulous kitchen/breakfast room designed by Mark Wilkinson Furniture with an AGA and four large reception rooms and a separate three bay garage with accommodation above.

The property is situated down a quiet lane and is set in 9.9 acres with beautiful mature gardens and paddocks.

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New Station at Winchester for Hampshire Fire & Rescue

August 21st, 2012

Bond Brick completed the new Winchester Fire Station for the Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service. The station, located in Easton Lane, Winnal, replaces the old station at North Walls which had been home to Winchester fire service for 74 years.

The Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire Dame Mary Fagan unveiled a plaque and 150 guests attended. The new station enables fire and rescue appliances to attend incidents on the M3 faster than previously possible.

Chief Officer John Bonney said: 

“We are extremely pleased with the end result. Winchester fire station is a tangible demonstration of the progressive nature and commitment of Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.”

“We are hoping the building is going to be certified as ‘excellent’ by BRE Environmental Assessment Method. This is the world’s most widely used environmental assessment method for buildings, setting the standard for best practice in sustainable design. We are also supporting Winchester District Strategic Partnership’s High Quality Environment Group and this station represents part of our contribution to the important work of making Winchester and Hampshire a thriving low carbon economy. This station is a striking example of Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service’s commitment to ‘going green’.

Rick Bond, Managing Director of Bond Brick commented “This is another landmark build for the emergency services and we are delighted to have delivered our element of the works on time and within budget”.

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Bond Brick secures several major commercial projects

June 18th, 2012
Eastpoint centre

Bond Brick has further consolidated its position as one of the South of England’s premier brick work sub-contractors securing major commercial and residential development projects across Hampshire, Dorset, Surrey and West Sussex.

Projects include major apartment builds, care homes, student accomodation blocks, presitigious head office builds, hospital extensions, landmark university buildings and community centre schemes. The company has also consolidated its position as the South of England’s premier contractor for bespoke multi-million private builds having completed five projects in the last six months.

Rick Bond, Bond Brick’s Managing Director commented – “Despite the challenging economic outlook, Bond Brick continues to win major commercial and residential projects through a combination of competitive pricing and superlative quaility and service delivery. Much of our work is sourced through recommendation and our reputation for completing work on time to a high standard has resulted in an increasing number of enquiries for major brickwork projects with all the UK’s major commercial developers and housebuilders.”

He added – “It’s essential  to remember that even in times of  economic uncertainty, providing clients with the highest quality is just as important as in the boom times. Prices might be tight but quality cannot be compromised. I believe this lies at the heart of our success.”



Bond Brick completes Southampton Operational Command Unit

October 26th, 2009

Bond Brick Ltd completed its biggest ever project. The contract, awarded by Kier Group, was  to undertake the building of the new £38million  headquarters for the Hampshire Police Authority in Southampton.


The Southampton Operational Command Unit includes a 42 cell custody suite and provides a state of the art building for operations and administrative functions. The new 7,150sq m building consolidates previously split-site locations creating one new central police facility.

Located close to Southampton city centre on an existing brown-field site (the former Norman Offer Transport site), the new Southampton Operations Command Unit (SOCU) was procured using the SECE (now IESE) Major Framework.

The landmark building  provides a modern police facility for generations to come. Bond Brick provided a permanent onsite project management team to ensure the smooth running of the build.

Richard Bond, Managing Director of  Bond Brick Ltd explains “This successful completion of this project resulted from the hard work of the whole Bond Brick team involving all departments within the firm including surveying, tendering, planning and operations. Our experience of major builds and competitive pricing,  combined with our excellent reputation and previous work with Kier Group enabled us to successfully deliver our works on his landmark contract within budget and on time.”

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