McLuckie Projects | About Us
Skip to main content

McLuckie Projects

  • Tel: 01748 825525
  • Email:

About Us

How it began

How it began

McLuckie Projects was set up some 30 years ago by Dennis McLuckie who has a history of main contracting with national construction contractors.

The business carried out construction, refurbishment and maintenance mainly for retail clients such as Northern Electric, Woolworths and Netto Foodstores. They also carried out heritage work for many local churches.

Later the company developed a close relationship with Barker & Stonehouse who were to expand their North East business nationwide.

Most of the company's work is now carried out for Barker & Stonehouse carrying out all of their construction activities from day to day maintenance, warehouse construction, store refurbishments, shop-fitting and a complete turnkey package for their new retail stores.

1998 New store constructed in Newcastle from the old Hindson’s Printworks, creating a modern shop of some 70,000 sq. ft.
2002 Barker and Stonehouse began a programme of opening on retail parks across the North of England and McLuckie Projects fitted out their stores at the Metro Centre, Knaresborough, Leeds, Hull and Nottingham.
2002/2008 McLuckie Projects developed the 8,100m2 Middlesbrough Distribution Warehouse for Baker Furniture followed by further warehousing for Barker & Stonehouse at Blaydon and Eggborough.
2012 Mcluckie Projects build the first of Barker & Stonehouse’s new retail stores with a footprint of 1,700m2 in Knaresborough under a design and construct package.
2013 Barker & Stonehouse headed for London, taking over the last remaining part of the Price’s Candle factory in Battersea. McLuckie Projects carried out extensive structural modifications before a complete fit out of the store.
2014 Barker & Stonehouse decided to relocate their Teesside business to Teesside Retail Park. McLuckie Projects were involved from the conception of this project, later demolishing an old gymnasium and constructing a retail store with a footprint of 2,000m2. The store was built on three levels the top floor of which became the Head Office for the company.
2016 Barker & Stonehouse acquired a redundant Currys store in Hove, Sussex, and McLuckie Projects converted this into another innovative store installing a new structural mezzanine floor on piled foundations within the existing building.
2017 Further development in the South East took place in Guildford, Surrey, where a redundant Fire Station was purchased and McLuckie Projects demolished this and then constructed a new store much on the lines of the existing Teesside Park store.


McLuckie Projects also became involved with the footwear retailer, Charles Clinkard, in 2015 constructing an office, warehouse and internet distribution facility within a disused B&Q warehouse in Middlesbrough.

Over the last twelve months we have been involved with J.T.Atkinson, a Northern regional builders merchant initially refurbishing a warehouse and yard in Bingley, West Yorkshire, followed by major external alterations at their Kendal depot and further shop refurbishments at Barrow-in-Furness and Darlington.