Primrose Projects was founded on the principles of delivering first-rate service and professionalism to clients; Primrose has always sought to exceed expectations and shatter preconceptions.
By acting as a one-stop-shop we embrace responsibility and take ownership to deliver the entire project, helping clients to actually enjoy the sometimes daunting prospect of undertaking a project.
We believe in regular and open communication to achieve mutual understanding and trust; an approach, which we feel, is the reason almost all our business is gained through recommendations.
Our teams centre around an experienced core of long-serving senior craftsmen whose combined experience provide the knowledge and leadership to make even the most challenging project run smoothly. We treat our people well and, as a result, have a very low turnover of staff with many of our people having served for over ten years.
We have strict procedures concerning respecting our community. Our people understand the part they play in maintaining our values. That means no radios, no inconsiderate parking, tidy working and always being polite and approachable.
Our bespoke garden rooms service combines our wealth of experience delivering high-end construction projects, with the personal service that comes from having local craftspeople. Unlike some national garden room builders, we do not subcontract and and all projects are overseen by the business owner.
If you think that this level of service sounds expensive, think again, a Primrose garden room typically costs less than a standardised and mass-produced garden room from the market leaders.
Sean‘s career in construction began by gaining hands-on knowledge as a time-served apprentice and carpenter. With over 20 years’ experience as a project manager and business owner, Sean has managed and delivered high-end residential projects up to 5m.
Sean‘s professional development has been geared to meet the needs of his evolving project and client portfolio. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Leadership from Hertfordshire and a Master’s degree in Quantity Surveying from London South Bank University.
Sean lives in Bushey and is married with two young children. He is also a part-time lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire where he teaches Construction Management.