About Thompson McCabe
Construction, Interior Design, Property Development
Over the last 10 years Thompson McCabe has built its foundations based on one single ethos – “To become the most trusted partner” in all aspects of design and construction of residential and commercial projects. Thompson McCabe has over 100 years of combined professionalism which has been continually refined to meet all our client’s total needs. We have repeatedly proven a unique concept which is focused on enabling clients to have peace of mind, secure in the knowledge that their property requirements are being skilfully managed and constructed.
Our experience has shown that our clients never fall short of inspiration. We pride ourselves for being able to fulfil all of our client’s expectations with what can only be described as a ‘bi-focal approach’. This is always sympathetic to the existing dwelling and the end product once it has been fully transformed, simultaneously. How do we do this? The answer is simple… ’Attention To Detail’. At every stage of the project life cycle we apply a constant focus on optimising the potential of that ‘end product’ which is both reflective of our client’s expectations, and just as importantly, makes financial sense!
We also provide a range of professional services which have evolved from what can only be described as an organic growth of Thompson McCabe's own property focused activities over the last 10 years. Thompson McCabe has a proven track record of consistently sourcing, developing and divesting properties in London and the South East of England during the most financially challenging decade in the last 100 years – as result of the global credit crisis. It is this successful track record that has played a vital part in proving the viability of our investment focused activities for clients.
Please visit www.thompsonmccabe.co.uk for further information.
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