About Onyx Construction Consultants

Formed in 2004 by Andrew Fella its Managing Director a specialist with over 25 years experience in Residential Development and Groundwork Contracting  working for some of the leading national house builders and large regional groundwork contractors.

Onyx Construction Consultants brings together a number of specialist in-house and external consultants using traditional and modern methods to deliver Quantity Surveying, Estimating, Project Management and Specialist Marketing solutions.

Our works range from the production of a Bill of Quantities for a specialist subcontractor to the management of major consortium developments where Onyx form an integral part of the construction team.

Current clients include: 

  • 3 of the top 10 National House Builders
  • Regional Developers within the East Anglia and Northern Home Counties
  • Care Home Contractors and Developers
  • Civil Engineering Companies
  • Groundwork Contractors
  • Bricklaying Subcontractors
  • Carpentry Subcontractors
  • Plastering Subcontractors 

Whether working as an individual surveyor on behalf of a subcontractor, as members of a design team providing full quantity surveying services or as project management advisers, our knowledge, understanding and flexibility ensures for successful, cost effective and timely completion to projects with the least possible fuss.

Hello and Welcome to our Blog Page

You have found yourself on the Blog Site of Onyx Construction Consultants Ltd.

A Quantity Surveying Practice based in Ipswich in the east of England.

Our activities do not just extend to Quantity Surveying alone and we ask that you refer to our About and Services pages for more information on what else we can do for you.

Through this Blog site we also hope to inform our colleagues and clients out there of our services, views on current construction events, general points of construction interest and provide information which we hope will be very useful to those that read it.

We also welcome your comments and your own views on any of the future topics we raise as well as ask that you feel free to raise your own topics for our comments.

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