Jaguar Land Rover recently held a Project Churchill 5-a-side football tournament. Representing The Briggs & Forrester Group was Senior Quantity Surveyor Andrew Bevins, Technical Trainee’s Ashley Taylor and Ben Cooke, Assistant Engineer Charlie Marshall, Construction Services Engineer Garry Webb, Site Manager Leon Bradshaw and Contracts Manager Mark Smith. On the day, the Briggs & Forrester team played against the Main Contractor ‘McLaren’ and also the Client ‘JLR’ (Jaguar Land Rover).
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The Nadler Hotels group is set to embark on the launch of its 5th hotel in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. In 2016, the company acquired Walter House, an Edwardian building overlooking the Strand, and began works to develop it into a 57-room boutique hotel.
The Engineering Services division at Briggs and Forrester, recently secured a contract working in collaboration with Kier Construction Central on Infineum’s Global Centre of Innovation.
Located in Oxford, the new 3 storey, state of the art facility will deliver the necessary infrastructure to support their technology leadership and to enable improved innovation.
The build itself will facilitate new laboratories for research and development collaborative meeting spaces, a new restaurant for all employees and visitors and plant rooms and plant decks.
Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services are delighted to have been awarded the mechanical and electrical contract on Argent’s S1 Building at Kings Cross Central in London with BAM Construct UK.
Engineering Services will provide the mechanical, electrical and public health services for the new build 12 storey commercial office, which will be provided as shell and core for future tenant fit-out. The office building will comprise of 204,000 square foot of office accommodation with two retails units at ground level.
The team at Briggs and Forrester Living finish ‘top’ of the Canary Wharf Contractors (CWC) health & safety league for the final quarter of 2018 which Living were awarded a prize donation of £750.
Living were also awarded ‘Supervisor of the Month of December’ with a record amount of nominations to CWC for supervisor Ben Pasifull.
Adding to these achievements, Living also boasted a clean sweep of all the December awards with Traffic Marshal Ben Huskins who won ‘Top performing Operative’ for the month of December.
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as finalists for the HVAC Contractor of the Year Award at H&V News Awards 2019. In April 2018, we announced that we had been shortlisted for 3 categories at the awards which included ‘Apprentice of the Year’ and ‘Building Services Contractor of the Year’ and ‘Project of the Year’ – we then went on to win all three! Briggs and Forrester group were praised by the H&V News expert judging panel, who said: “Quite simply, they’re setting the standard.”
Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have secured their latest project with BouyguesUK, at the Royal School in Wolverhampton.
The services value is £3.2m, and comprises of the complete mechanical and electrical refurbishment of this prestigious boarding school. This includes a full electrical rewire and replacement of all mechanical services, to both the primary and secondary school buildings plus boarding accommodation.
Engineering Services commenced on site last year, with completion planned for June 2020.
Showing off their wonderful Christmas jumpers, the CES team go all out for a dress down day in support of the Briggs and Forrester Foundation.
The team also held their annual secret santa and raised money throughout the day!
Well done to everyone who took part!
For the second year running, we are delighted to announce that Briggs & Forrester have once again been shortlisted for CN Specialists awards’ Specialist Contractor of the year (turnover over £25m) and also MEP Specialist of the year. The Construction News awards are the only national awards that recognise the best specialist contractors across the UK.
As the colder months set in, follow these tips from Low Energy Consultancy to save energy and money over the Winter period.
- Open your curtains during the day and make the most of the heat from the sun.
- Cover up drafty windows with plastic sheets and tape to keep the cold air out.
- Schedule a service for your heating system to keep it running efficiently.
- Reduce heat loss from your fireplace by keeping it covered when not in use.
- Swap your old Christmas lights for energy saving LED’s.