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Read the latest news about Briggs and Forrester.

23rd November 2021
Prince of Wales Drive Block A CGI

Appointed by St William, Briggs and Forrester Living have been contracted to the final phase M&E fit-out and shell & core works to this new build residential construct in Battersea, London.

12th November 2021

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services are delighted to have achieved completion of the MEP contract on the Government Hub Building, part of the Arena Central development in Birmingham.

Working in collaboration with ISG, Briggs & Forrester delivered the CAT B services fit-out of the new 22,000m³ block which commenced in November 2020.  

29th October 2021

Briggs & Forrester Living Housing have been awarded the plumbing and heating phase 3 works on the Kingsbury Park estate in Lutterworth by Mulberry Homes.

Following the recent completion of phase 1 and 2 on the development, it was a great success to be awarded this additional phase, which is known as The Mulberries.

Mulberry Homes Kingsbury Park boasts luxury living surrounded by idyllic countryside, with a range of two, three and four bedroom homes in one of Leicestershire’s most sought after market towns.

29th October 2021

Briggs and Forrester Living have now reached practical completion on The Robinson development in Wembley Park. Well done to all the B&F team members involved, our sub-contractors and supply chain who assisted in delivering this project, the hard work and dedication to the project really shows in the final result. We would like to thank the Principal Contractor John Sisk & Son for the success of this project as it has been a great pleasure delivering it alongside them.

John Sisk & Son’s Regional Director said:

29th October 2021

As of September 2021 Briggs and Forrester Living, contracted by Sir Robert McAlpine, commenced works on site for the Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health Fit-out and Shell & Core services to 3no blocks situated in Croydon, London as part of a £350 million regeneration scheme.    

25th October 2021

Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services have recently been awarded the MEP package from Multiplex Construction for the 65 Davies Street project in London, which was designed by PLP Architecture.

The new build Cat A commercial building will be constructed over the Elizabeth Line Bond Street station providing 65,500 sq. ft. of office and reception space over 7 levels with two additional levels of basement plantrooms, a mezzanine plant level and a roof top plant area with solar thermal and PV system.

25th October 2021

Working in collaboration with new client Torsion Group, Briggs & Forrester Living have secured the £7.5m contract on the Phoenix development in Leeds city centre to deliver the MEP works.

The scheme consists of 367 one, two and three bedroom apartments over two towers at 18 and 22 storeys with a basement spanning both towers. It also includes a gymnasium, co working space, lobby, concierge, bike store and underground parking.

21st October 2021

Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services achieved Practical Completion on the Harris 6th Form Academy project which was delivered via the EFSA Framework in collaboration with Kier Construction

Starting on site in October 2020, Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services were responsible for the design and installation of the mechanical, electrical and public health services to the new 520m2 Sixth Form College in Clapham. The college will provide 600 spaces for students, offering A-Levels and Level 3 qualifications.

6th October 2021

Briggs and Forrester Living have commenced works on site to two additional residential blocks of St George’s Chelsea Creek Development. Upon successfully delivery of block F back in March 2020 we were then further contracted to 2no additional blocks, G and H.

St George’s Chelsea Creek development is situated alongside London’s trendy Imperial Wharf district and provides luxurious apartments with the serenity of waterside views and tree-lined avenues.

7th September 2021

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have commenced works on the new Abbey Primary school, Neath with Main Contractor BAM Construction.

The new school will cater for 520 pupils and will be built on the site of the former Dwr y Felin Lower Comprehensive School, replacing the current school which during the construction phase will be split across three separate sites.