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27th July 2017
Pete Curtis, Dan Martins, Brian Wandsworth and Duncan Benedetti

Congratulations to Dan Martins, Plumbing Apprentice for Engineering Services, on being awarded The Student Gold Medal Award by The Worshipful Company of Plumbing.

Dan attended the event last week at Barber Surgeons Hall in London, where he was presented with the Student Gold Medal Award by the Master, Brian Wandsworth.This award recognises Dan’s services to plumbing, and also his hard work and training with EAS Mechanical in preparation for the World Skills event in Abu Dhabi later this year.

26th July 2017

Briggs & Forrester Living have recently been awarded the Mechanical & Electrical contract with Canary Wharf Contractors to provide shell & core and fit-out services to the Newfoundland residential building.

Newfoundland is a 60-storey residential skyscraper, standing 218m tall, with over 600 apartments. The eye-catching exoskeletal design by architects Horden Cherry Lee, will be a prominent addition to the London skyline.

26th July 2017

As Project Angel nears completion and Northamptonshire County Council staff take occupation, Combined Energy Solutions (CES) technicians have started on site.

They are working closely with the client’s facilities team, and are reporting back to the Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services team with any issues that require attention or investigation.

25th July 2017

Last month, the Briggs & Forrester Living Team took part in a charity rugby tournament organised by St George Plc and held at the Bank of England Sports Centre in Roehampton, London. 

The event was in aid of SPEAR, a charity working with homeless people in South and West London, and it raised over £33,000!

Heidi Shrimpton, Head of Fundraising at SPEAR, said “This really is a staggering amount of money to raise, and these funds will help us to sustain and develop new programmes to support those most vulnerable suffering from homelessness.”

21st July 2017

On Saturday 8th July, Susan Metcalf, Commercial Manager for Engineering Services, completed the 24 miles Jurassic Coast walk for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The Jurassic Coast is England’s first natural World Heritage Site and is a challenging hike. She began in Weymouth and finished in Corfe Castle, completing the walk in just over 12 hours.

20th July 2017
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18th July 2017

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have recently been appointed as the Management Contractor and building services contractor on the refurbishment of a manufacturing facility & office space for Cummins Turbo Technologies in Huddersfield.

14th July 2017

Saturday 15th July 2017, is World Skills Day. An initiative set up by WorldSkills and the United Nations to champion education and training for young people, with the aim of improving their life prospects. WorldSkills day raises awareness of the importance of youth development skills and highlighting how important these skills are in achieving economic growth and personal success.

10th July 2017

Over the last month, One Angel Square has welcomed the first of its staff from over 10 council office sites across Northampton, to their new place of work.

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have worked closely with Galliford Try, BDP and Lendlease to complete the new Northamptonshire County Council Head Office, which is centrally located in the town’s regenerated Cultural Quarter.

6th July 2017

The team at our Briggs & Forrester Warrington office have been ‘actively’ fundraising in support of a very good friend, Andrew Mason, who was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer. 

Andrew has spent the last 28 years fundraising for various charities, so they were eager to help Andrew with his own very worthy cause. They completed a 258 mile run in 24 hours, which is the distance from the B&F Daresby office to the B&F Northampton Head office…and back!!