Welcome to Stepnell
Stepnell is a complete construction partner with proven end-to-end project life-cycle expertise. We are an established, mature business with the resources and infrastructure to deliver larger, more challenging projects with a value up to £30 million.
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We believe that contractors should be more than just builders. As part of a uniquely flexible, tailored delivery model we add strategic value when and where it’s needed.
We engage early to help our clients anticipate risk and identify opportunities. We work collaboratively to drive performance. We partner with our clients to help them achieve their aspirations and maximise the whole-life value of their project.
Who we are
At Stepnell we ensure that our clients realise their visions. Whatever their challenges, our depth of expertise and holistic approach gives our clients the confidence that every aspect of their project will be efficiently executed, to the highest standards, in a refreshingly collaborative manner.
Employees participate in life-changing Average2Awesome programme
Our Nottingham team are the latest team to complete the Average2Awesome (A2A) programme – a three-month life-changing employee health and fitness programme which Stepnell has been rolling out across its regional offices. Leading performance coach Rory Coleman, who has completed more than 1,000 marathons, was brought in to work with employees, helping them to boost their fitness levels and confidence.
Staff taking part in the programme had to commit to following a 12-week calorie-restricted diet and exercise programme incorporating a weekly 100,000-step challenge which helped them lose weight and transformed their attitudes to exercise. The A2A programme has proved transformational for our teams with astonishing results.
Bedfordshire Care Homes Teams highlight key construction stage with topping out event
Mon 4 February 2019
Representatives from Stepnell, care home provider Baycroft (part of One Housing) and care home developer Frontier gathered to celebrate a ‘high point’ in the construction of two new state-of the-art Bedfordshire care homes.
Construction sites are not holiday playgrounds, warns local construction chief
Wed 12 December 2018
Rugby-based Stepnell construction chief Bill Haynes is urging parents to keep children away from playing on construction sites over the Christmas holidays. Each year, several children die after gaining access to building sites, and many more are injured.