Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have secured the MEP contract on the new secondary school in Houlton, Rugby. The school will be situated on the eastern edge of Rugby, based on the historic site of the former Rugby Radio Station.
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Briggs & Forrester's Harry Pugh, James Hipkiss and Nico Axisa who are currently working on the Houlton Academy project in Rugby recently took part in a charity cycle ride to raise money for Myton Hospices.
Morgan Sindall and Urban & Civic teamed up to host a 50 mile charity bike ride to raise much needed funds for the local charity. The Myton Hospices focus on enhancing life when a cure is no longer an option.
Working in collaboration with Thornsett and the London Building Company, Briggs & Forrester Special Projects have recently been awarded the MEP services contract on their 12-14 Penn Street project in London.
The Hoxton residential building comprises of 30 modern apartments. Special Projects are delivering the Design & Build, Mechanical, Electrical & Public Health Services works to the new 8 storey development. The building also features a community facility for London City Mission which is located close to Shoreditch Park.
Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have achieved practical completion on the One Two Five Deansgate development in the heart of Manchester. Working in collaboration with Regus, Briggs & Forrester were responsible for the installation of MEPH works for the building which included LED Lighting, CCTV and BMS controls.
Briggs & Forrester Group is celebrating after receiving two internationally-recognised awards for demonstrating high health and safety standards.
Briggs & Forrester Group has received a RoSPA Gold Health and Safety Award following 9 consecutive awards for working hard to ensure its staff, clients and supply chain get home safely to their families at the end of every working day. Engineering Services were also awarded an Order of Distinction following 17 consecutive gold awards.
Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services have recently completed the MEP services contract for Aspire Defence Capital Works (ADCW) at the Larkhill Army base in Wiltshire, to support the Army Basing Programme (ABP).
As part of the ABP, around an additional 4,000 Service personnel and around 1,300 families moved to Wiltshire in 2019.
Briggs & Forrester Living have secured the MEP contract on the latest phase at Middlewood Locks in Manchester for developer Scarborough Group International. Working in collaboration with contractors BCEGI, Briggs & Forrester Living will deliver the design and installation of the mechanical, electrical and public health services to Blocks G and H which contain over 500, one, two and three bed apartments across two 9 and 10 story blocks.
In 2018, Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services were awarded the mechanical and electrical building services contract on the ambitious Llys Cadwyn development in Pontypridd, working in collaboration with Willmott Dixon.
On the 14th of February, the project team successfully handed over Building C of the development in line with the program and to the full satisfaction of both Willmott Dixon, the Main Contractor and the client, RCT.
For many years now, the Briggs & Forrester Group have been proud supporters of youth charity, The Prince’s Trust. As a business who strive to build the skills of young people and openly invests into supporting their future career prospects, it’s clear to see that the charity and business share a similar goal of inspiring young people and changing their lives for the better.
Adding to their growing profile of successful residential projects, Briggs & Forrester Living recently completed the MEP services contract on Moda Living’s Angel Gardens development in the heart of Manchester. The development is situated at the centre of a 20 acre mixed use regeneration project, bordering the Northern Quarter of the city.