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We were very proud to receive an award from Willmott Dixon at their recent Supply Chain partners event. Our Special Projects division was presented by the contractor with the Growth Award. After the event Special Projects Managing Director Trevor Brunt said, “This award is excellent recognition of how we work with Willmott Dixon, sharing values, ensuring quality and working ‘Better, Together’. I would like to thank everyone involved and look forward to continuing our strong relationship with Willmott Dixon in the future.”
Congratulations go to Alison Harling, Business Development Manager for our Engineering Services division, who was awarded a Women in Build award by Build magazine. The award recognises the role that women are increasingly playing in a male dominated industry.
Build is a monthly publication that focuses on global and national news across the construction and property industries.
We’ve sponsored a leg of an amazing journey to raise funds for Save the Children UK. Carl Standley, a director at engineering services company Couch Perry Wilkes, is part of a team taking part in the Save the Children Cycling Challenge. This is a 555km ride from Saigon in Vietnam to Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Carl has been wearing our t-shirt on Day 1 of his challenge!
We wish him and the team all the best.
The Briggs and Forrester Group is featured in the November issue of Business Times, a Northants publication that focuses on the success of locally-based businesses - read the article below:
With a recent management buy out and the announcement of new branch offices, Briggs and Forrester Group continues to move forward towards £200m as a leading player in the building services market.
We have a great article in the latest edition of Inside Industry magazine. Managing Director Paul Burton talks about the forward direction of the company focusing on “our people, cash, relationships & operational performance.”
Click here for the magazine link and turn to pages 34-40.
The team at the Northampton office created a wonderful array of baked goodies last week for our Macmillan event, part of the World's Largest Coffee Morning.
We also held a Dress Down Day in the office. Our events helped to raise the fantastic total of £320 for the charity.
Thank you to everyone involved.
MEP Mechanical Production Manager Steve Kelly took up a challenge laid down by the team at Project Vista to install corridor mechanical services, as part of the fundraising for our colleague with terminal cancer. Vista is an apartment development at Chelsea Bridge, London.
It’s been a while since Steve's been involved in the practical side but he still managed successful completion of the task before the end of the day!
Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services will provide the installation of all mechanical, electrical and public health services, worth £9.5M, for a new building at the City South Campus of Birmingham City University.
This new building will bring the School of Education and School of Health Sciences under one roof. It’s part of extensive development, expansion and investment plans across the University. The exciting, modern facility will be delivered with BAM construction.
We had a wonderful day on 16th September across our offices fundraising in support of one our colleagues, who at 44 has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Showing our support for him, his wife and three children was the driving force behind the fantastic response that we had from both inside and outside the company.
Some of the fundraising included car washing, throwing sponges at the stocks, baking, raffles and even singing and dancing!
The generosity of everyone has been so inspiring and we want to thank all who pledged and supported us.