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B&F Updates

Read the latest news about Briggs and Forrester.

29th October 2018

Briggs & Forrester Living have commenced on site at Chelsea Creek, London with St George Developments. Living have been awarded the design and build, mechanical, electrical and public health contract on Block F, the latest phase of the Chelsea Creek development.

Chelsea Creek combines contemporary city living with high specification luxury design. Its central London location means it’s within close proximity to shops, bars, restaurants and attractions.

29th October 2018

Briggs & Forrester Living are on track for successful delivery at the One Blackfriars project with St. George in London.

One Blackfriars is a 50-storey luxury residential apartment block, centrally located with outstanding views over the city. Situated on the South Bank of the river Thames the 170 metre tower, houses 274 apartments, a 7-storey hotel, residents' spa, car park and podium building that accommodates a number of retail units.

25th October 2018

CES have been selected as the new provider of mechanical and electrical planned preventative maintenance (PPM) services at a shopping Centre in Southend-On-Sea with a large managing agent, further strengthening CES’s position in the retail sector.

The Shopping Centre is fully tenanted and the contract includes the provision of mechanical and electrical services to all landlords and common areas.

The contract will be managed from our London office and the services will be delivered by the CES team of mobile engineers and specialist service partners.

17th October 2018

We are proud to announce that we have been selected as the new provider of M&E Planned Preventative Maintenance Services across a 12-site portfolio throughout the UK with a large logistics company, further strengthening our stance in this sector.

The contract will see CES deliver both planned and reactive maintenance services to heating and cooling plant across a portfolio of 12 large logistics depots throughout the UK, allowing us to continue our strong and steady growth throughout 2018.

17th October 2018

Have you insulated your hot water cylinder?

You can make more savings than you might think, especially if the cylinder is in a cooler spot on your house or office.  By wrapping or lagging your cylinder you could save 4-9% on costs to heat your water. Insulation is inexpensive and easily available in DIY stores.           

8th October 2018

As the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Phase 2 deadline approaches the Environmental Agency have named and shamed the companies who have been fined due to non-compliance. Fines shown on the report range from £1,500 to £45,000 and could have been easily avoided if sufficient planning and advice was sought from a Lead ESOS Assessor prior to the Phase 1 deadline.

4th October 2018

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have completed works on the Data Centre project at the University of Birmingham after 8 months on site, working in collaboration with Willmott Dixon.

The facility includes services to specialist water cooling technology to keep the high intensity research computing systems cool. This has involved specialist pipework and filtration to maintain water quality required to bathe the computer chips. Multiple heat exchangers, staged pumping and controls were also provided.

21st September 2018

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services has achieved the prestigious Order of Distinction, following 15 consecutive Gold’s, in the internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK. The Briggs & Forrester Group has also been awarded a RoSPA Gold Medal Award, following 7 consecutive Gold’s.

20th September 2018

Briggs & Forrester Group have received certification from Exova BM TRADA who have approved the ISO 14001:2015 Management System operated by the Group.

19th September 2018

As we approach autumn and the nights are drawing in, make the most out of the sun during the day. Leaving the curtains or blinds open to allow the sun to heat up your rooms. You could save 10% on heating costs, but remember to close them back up at night!