Hull based Houlton team up with indicoll for new website

4th March 2013

As part of its continued expansion, Houlton, one of the region’s leading construction companies, has invested in an advanced new website at,designed and developed by technical web specialists Indicoll.

The website has been centred on the company’s extensive portfolio of high quality construction, regeneration and development projects. Web visitors can explore a huge number of builds from a full range of sectors, which are all illustrated with case studies and high quality photography. The sophisticated site also features responsive web design, so that it is can be effectively viewed on a full variety of mobile phones and tablets.

Paul Dickerson, Managing Director of Houlton, said:

‘We’re really pleased with the new website – it provides a fantastic platform to showcase our innovative buildings and flagship developments from across the Humber region to potential customers.

‘We needed a web partner who could deliver leading-edge mobile web design, and a site that would work in the real world. We’re committed to using local suppliers and from start to finish, Indicoll have delivered a high quality, responsive service backed up by strong technical expertise and a willingness to understand our business. ’

Multi-award winning construction company Houlton, who are based in Hull, has been at the heart of the region’s building industry since 1879. Founded on the principles of fair play, teamwork and quality construction, Houlton is responsible for many innovative projects in Hull, including the restoration of the Charterhouse Bell Tower, and the construction of both Freedom Quay and Hull University Business School.

Beverley-based Indicoll specialise in the creation of bespoke, technically advanced websites and web applications for businesses in every sector. In addition, the company also provides SEO and Social Media consultancy services based on a deep technical understanding of how the web works.

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