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B&F Updates

Read the latest news about Briggs and Forrester.

14th February 2022

Briggs & Forrester Living Housing have secured the plumbing and heating contract, with immediate start, for a new residential development in North Bedfordshire called The Oaks.

10th February 2022

Briggs & Forrester Living have completed the mechanical, electrical and public health services on the £250m Kampus garden neighbourhood developed by Capital & Centric and HBD in Manchester.

As a MEP Residential specialist, this Living division of Briggs & Forrester Group were responsible for the £17m mechanical and electrical service package over 5 blocks. This included two new build 15 storey blocks, re-modelling of an existing 14 storey block and two Grade II listed buildings.

7th February 2022

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have been appointed by Kier Construction to deliver the MEP services contract on the Clinical Admissions Unit at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

The Clinical Admissions Unit will provide a 30 bed facility to provide safe, high quality, short-term accommodation for patients who have been seen in the hospital’s Medical Assessment Unit and are waiting to be admitted to a ward. Incorporating two 10 bed bays and two 5 bed bays, a kitchen, staff rest room, dirty and clean utility, interview room and disposal stores.  

2nd February 2022

Contracted by Bennett Management Contractors, we are pleased to announce we have secured the full MEPH package for plots 202 and 203 of Greenwich Millennium Village. This includes design and build of the mechanical, electrical and public health, shell & core and fit-out works with site commencement in the 1st quarter of 2022 over a 75 week contract period.

27th January 2022

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have been selected to undertake the Mechanical, Electrical & Public Health works for Oatly’s first UK manufacturing facility in Peterborough for IFP Construction.

The conversion of an existing 45,000m2 industrial unit will provide a facility capable of producing 300 million litres of oat milk drink per year, with the capacity to grow to 450 million litres in the future, making it one of the largest plant based non diary factories in the world.

27th January 2022

Briggs and Forrester Living Housing are currently on site at Storey Home’s Bidwell Mews development, situated near the historic town of Houghton Regis. 

The new development consists of 2 to 5 bedroom homes and affordable housing to attract families, first time buyers, professionals and commuters to the area.

Our images have been taken of the on-site marketing suite that includes access to show home plots 5,7 and 8. These are alternatively know as ‘The Mountford’ 4 bedroom house, ‘The Adams’ 3 bedroom house and ‘The Mackintosh’ 5 Bedroom house.  

21st January 2022

Working for SDC, Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have been awarded the MEP package on TC3, phase 2 for client Johnson Matthey in Royston.

The project will consist of the fit out of an existing building including the ground floor power handling area (TPA lab), first floor DPG lab, ovens ageing and write up space, multi storey plant tower to accommodate new plant and the relocation of the gas bottle stores.

20th January 2022

Working alongside Sir Robert McAlpine, Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have secured the mechanical, electrical and public health services contract on the New College campus in Oxford.

17th January 2022

With an operational area of approximately a 50 mile radius of our Northampton head office , the Housing division was established in 2018 to provide plumbing, heating and electrical installations to new build homes.

We have now started to roll out a number of additional services, upgrades and installations that we can offer to homeowners of properties, with our works currently installed, with scope to further progress this to cover additional properties.

Our current additional services include:

16th January 2022

Briggs & Forrester Special Projects recently completed a 13 week £511k upgrade to the heating system at the BMW Mini plant in Oxford acting as Principal Contractor.