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Read the latest news about Briggs and Forrester.

19th March 2020

Briggs & Forrester’s turnover jumped to £262.2m in 2019 as the company continued to record growth.

Turnover increased from £222.4m in 2018 and £181m the year before. The company announced 12 months ago that it expected turnover to keep on rising and hit £300m in 2020

To read our Construction News Article, visit: https://www.constructionnews.co.uk/financial/briggs-and-forrester-turnover-tops-260m-17-03-2020/

 

18th February 2020

In conjunction with BCEGI UKLiverpool John Moores University and CIBSE, Briggs & Forrester Living recently took part in a student site visit held at The Lexington, Liverpool.

29th January 2020

Briggs & Forrester staff from the Warrington Office attended a careers fair at Trinity Church of England High School, Manchester. The careers fair was an all-day event attended by years 7-11 and the sixth form students.

We're delighted to have the opportunity to provide insight to our industry and show students what a career in engineering can offer them.

A huge thank you to Willmott Dixon for lending the team a circuit box for our stand! 

22nd January 2020

We are proud to announce that we have been selected as finalists for three different categories at this years H&V News Awards 2020. The categories are; HVAC Contractor of the Year, HVAC Project of the Year (Over £0.5m) and Low-carbon Achievement of the Year.

The event itself helps to shine a light on the wealth of talent and innovation in the heating and ventilation industry.

For more information, visit: https://awards.hvnplus.co.uk/

6th January 2020

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have achieved practical completion on Infineum’s Global Centre of Innovation in Oxford. The grand opening day took place on Friday 8th November, which was hosted by Infineum’s Global CEO, who congratulated the teams who were involved in the project, praising the successful delivery and most importantly the safe delivery of their new facility.

19th December 2019

Earlier this week, staff from the Northampton Head Office dropped off much needed donations to local charity the Hope Center.

Working to tackle poverty and homelessness, the Hope Center have been serving the community of Northampton for 45 years. With close to 100 community volunteers, the charity is 98% funded by charitable donations.

We are delighted to have had the opportunity to support the amazing charity and volunteers who are fighting for the lives of the most vulnerable.

19th December 2019

We are so proud to announce that the Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services team from the Birmingham Office have raised over £21,000 in support of Robert Morgan and Pancreatic Cancer UK.

Pancreatic Cancer UK was the Midlands region chosen charity to support this year. The Engineering Services team have held and participated in various events in order to raise significant funds to support the charity.

These events include the Three Peaks 24 Hour Challenge and the Briggs & Forrester Group Midlands Charity Golf Day.

12th December 2019

As part of a joint venture between Woking Borough Council and Moyallen Group, Woking is currently undergoing a £540m transformation in which the town’s residents will benefit from a new retail space and 3 high rise buildings, transforming the Woking horizon.

4th December 2019

#ThrowbackThursday to when a team of Living and Engineering Services from the Northern region took part in the Gardiner & Theobald football event last Friday. Although we didn't win the GT Cup, The Briggs & Forrester team made it to the semi finals. Well done to all that took part! #ExcellenceAtEveryLevel

3rd December 2019

Briggs & Forrester Group are delighted to have been named a Top 10 M&E Contractor in the Construction News Specialist Index 2019. Coming in at number 8, the Group revenue has increased by nearly a quarter (22%), which is the largest increase in the Top 10.

Group Chief Executive, Paul Burton said: "If there weren't the right opportunities out there, an abundance of good clients and an extended list of clients, then I’d have a concern about growth, but I actually think there's still room for us to have more penetration through some more market share."