About Kilhan Construction
Kilhan Construction Ltd was founded in 2010 and offers a range of services to the public, private and residential sectors of the construction industry predominantly in London and the south east.
Whether it’s the smallest of jobs or the most demanding project we will always take a pragmatic approach that best suits our client’s needs. We have built our reputation by completing a series of challenging and complex projects and we have a strong client base that comprises of the UKs leading construction companies.
Health and Safety is always priority, we ensure every employee is CSCS qualified and all project managers have successfully completed the site management safety training scheme (SMSTS) all foreman the site supervisors’ safety training scheme (SSSTS).
We use a consultancy team of highly qualified Health and Safety officers who make frequent unannounced visits to our projects to carry out inspections. Inspections are reviewed at site level and by senior management. All our workers are safety focused and this is reflected on our stats with zero accidents in the last 3 years.
We are members of both SMAS and CHAS.
Proud to Sponsor our Local Galiec Team
Kilhan Construction became the official sponsors for the Tara GAA Football club in June 2018, sponsoring U8, U10 and U11 teams – the director wanted to give back to the community, with the Taras training in the field next to Kilhans head office and having played for the club himself it was an easy decision and one the company is very proud to be part of.
The future is bright for Gaelic games in the UK, with strong clubs rooted in communities in the city, the suburbs and rural areas of London, as a sponsor, we hope to assist with the growth of Gaelic games and help the Taras promote these fantastic games which form part of the social fabric of Irish society.
This sponsorship is a clear statement that Kilhan is committed to both the Irish community and of supporting amateur sport in England.
With the director being a passionate GAA supporter himself, he understands how important sponsorship revenue is to ensure that these structures are supported and to ensure GAA is promoted at all levels from GAA nurseries to the stars who appear in Croke Park.
The picture below shows the directors father and nephew at the presentation of the new kit.