Briggs and Forrester Living recently concluded a two week work placement for two local young people on the St George’s Chelsea Creek Block F Site, shadowing our Mechanical and QA supervisors Tom Wood and Allister Skelly.
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#ThrowbackThursday to when the Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services team secured One Angel Square (a commercial office space located in Northampton) working alongside contractors Galliford Try Construction.
Home to the Northampton County Council, the 22,000 sqm building was completed in 2017, offering workers a much needed innovative and modern work environment. Located within the heart of Northampton, the glazed facades and vertical copper fins on the building provides a unique aesthetic to the the underused brownfield area, helping to update the Northampton town center.
Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services are currently delivering the mechanical and electrical contract on Argent’s S1 Building at Kings Cross, in Central London with BAM Construct UK.
Engineering Services are providing 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.
Engineering Services have recently comenced works to the existing St Mary Magdalene C of E primary school located in central London
The project consisted of the expansion of the original building into a new ‘through school’ facility providing education from Nursery to Sixth Form. The campus can now hold a capacity of 1,646 pupils with associated playground and sports areas, hard and soft landscaping and planting, service areas, cycle and car parking provision.
Last weekend our Senior Project Manager Matthew Perry took part in the 'Tough Mudder' South West Event with aims to raise significant funds for St Peters Hospice Charity.
Matthew ran alongside his wife Amie, James Pool (from our Exeter office) and Jess Pool (James' sister). St Peters Hospice is Bristol's only adult hospice caring for local people with life-limiting illnesses. They are committed to improving the quality of life of patients while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.
A huge congratulations to the Briggs & Forrester Living site team who currently working on the Newfoundland project in London. The team have recently been recognised by Canary Wharf Contractors for their work over the last couple of months.
In June, Sean O'reilly won 'Supervisor of the Month' and Stefan Dinu won 'Operative of the Month. Following this in July, Dave Moore won 'Supervisor of the Month' and John Sykes won 'Best Hazard Card'.
A huge well done to the Briggs & Forrester Living site team who were recently awarded the McLaren 'Health & Safety award' for their works on Project Luma R3, Kings Cross.
This award demonstrates the teams continuous dedication to ensuring that the best health and safety practices are followed on site. As a Group we are committed to providing a safe working environment for all of our operatives.
Once again, well done to the Living team for this fantastic achievement!
Briggs & Forrester Building Services Maintenance Service Technician Steve Ellis alongside his team, recently completed a cycle ride to significant funds for 'Friends of Danetre Hospital' who raise money for equipment not provided by the NHS.
Naming themselves 'Duston Old Cranks' the team set off from Daventry to Paris, cycling approximately 300 miles over 3 days arriving on the Champs Elysee on Saturday afternoon. As well as enduring the length of the cycle, the 'old cranks' also had to battle through the 40c blazing heat!
We are delighted to announce that we have moved up ten places on Building Magazine's 'Top 150 Contractors and housebuilders'!
Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have been appointed by VINCI Construction UK to deliver the mechanical, electrical and public health services contract at the HCA Hospital in Birmingham.
This joint venture project between HCA Healthcare UK (HCA UK) and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) will provide 138 new beds for patients, a new radiotherapy unit and new state-of-the-art operating theatres.