The family-owned firm, which also had an office in Wakefield was founded in 1967 and provided construction and building maintenance services to social housing and commercial clients.
It undertook works from minor maintenance through to projects valued up to £5m.
Accounts published for last year show the firm had revenues of £15.5m.
Administrators James Lumb and Howard Smith from KPMG laid off most of the staff keeping on seven to review and explore options for the business and its assets.
Lumb said: “Following a period of sustained financial difficulty, the business was unable to manage a reduction in trading over the last 12 months despite support from customers and staff.
“In addition to reviewing the business’ assets, our current focus is to work with the redundancy payments service to support all affected employees during this difficult and, more widely, unprecedented period.”