About Ascia Construction

Ascia Construction is an independent privately owned building contracting company founded by the Directors Neil Cole and Rob Emery. Ascia Construction provides a professional, high quality, competitive and collaborative construction service.

The company has earned recognition for undertaking complex projects, embracing emerging technologies, fostering innovation and making a difference for their clients, employees and the community.

Ascia have extensive experience and expertise in all sectors, with senior management ‘hands-on’ involvement on projects. Our working practices are dedicated to understanding and engaging with our clients with regular open communication.

Our effective project management with detailed planning and programming means we safely deliver projects that are fit for purpose, on time and to budget.

Based on the Hampshire and Sussex border, Ascia Construction operates along the South Coast from Bournemouth to Brighton, and up to the M25. Please contact Ascia to meet the team and find out how they can work with you to plan, implement and deliver your bespoke building solution.

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The Portico, Stansted House, Stansted Park, Rowlands Castle, Hampshire PO9 6DX

 02392 006 344

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Latest News

Hastoe Housing commencement event

Hastoe Housing commencement event

Ascia were delighted to attend the commencement event for the 8 new affordable homes for Hastoe Group on the site at Botley Road, Curdridge. We look forward to working with Welling Partnership LLP, mh Architects and Paul Basham Associates.

Ascia to cycle from London to Amsterdam for Prostate Cancer UK

Ascia to cycle from London to Amsterdam for Prostate Cancer UK

In aid of Prostate Cancer UK, members of the Ascia Team are taking part in a sponsored cycle ride from London to Amsterdam. The money raised will fund lifesaving research to help beat prostate cancer, a disease affecting one in eight men in the UK. Below is a link to...