About Us

Who are we?

CRS was established back in 2010 as Contract Recovery Solutions by Tim Shore an experienced Quantity Surveyor and his father Wayne, an experienced and well respected banker. Tim has worked for large contractors such as Gleeson and Bowmer & Kirkland as well as undertaking project management consultancy.

Contract Recovery Solutions started as a construction debt recovery business acting mainly for Insolvency Practitioners and lenders, but over a short period of time it has grown significantly into other areas including commercial debt recovery, credit control, legal claims recovery and more.

Our philosophy has always been to provide services which complement:

  1. Our specialism within the construction and contract sectors and/or;
  2. Our close working relationships with the insolvency profession and lenders

Consequently we have diversified into providing finance for construction companies, offering commercial debt recovery services across other industries and providing restructuring and rescue finance. We also now offer advisory services in addition to our recovery services and legal claims realisations.

The CRS Group now comprises of

Contract Recovery Solutions

Construction and contract debt recovery and advisory services, together with project management

CRS Debt Recovery

Commercial debt recovery, credit control and advisory services

CRS Legal Realisations

Pursuing substantial and complex legal claims

Stepping Stone Finance

Rescue and restructuring finance

Cirrus 4Syte

Our associated company, Cirrus 4Syte provide bespoke project finance for construction and contract companies

We believe that Contract Recovery Solutions offers a unique blend of services to lenders, business and insolvency practitioners and we have built up an excellent reputation with our clients. CRS are based in Sheffield but we offer our services across the UK.

FREE Initial Review

Contract Recovery Solutions provides a FREE initial review of the ledger, detailing the total amount of book debts, work in progress and retentions outstanding from each debtor and a predicted recovery based upon the information provided and the status of the company.

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