Briggs & Forrester MEP Ltd is pleased to announce that it has secured the contract to provide the installation of mechanical, electrical and public health services for Meridian & Nautical Houses, Battersea Reach, by St George South London.
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Briggs and Forrester has recently been M&E Consultant for the University of Cambridge’s first university training primary school.
This Willmott Dixon project, part of the ongoing development of the North West Cambridge area, features a unique circular one storey building with diverse learning spaces. There are easy to control ventilation systems and heating systems that help to generate circulation, aiding those with breathing problems such as asthma.
Congratulations to Kevin Mason from Briggs and Forrester MEP division for completing the Warwick Half Marathon on April 3rd.
Kevin ran this, his first half marathon, in 1h:46m:40s and raised the fantatsic total £830 for the British Heart Foundation. As Kevin said afterwards, "I was certainly thinking of the donations when climbing the last hill at 18km!"
We’re proud to announce that our sister company Combined Energy Solutions has been awarded a three year contract for the maintenance of a landmark residential building near Vauxhall Bridge, London. Combined Energy Solutions provides specialist support for planned and emergency service and maintenance requirements.
The two-man team will be responsible for the maintenance of the building’s common plant systems in the public areas, including electrical, ventilation, air conditioning, access control, water hygiene, lightening protection and fire alarm.
Thanks to everyone at our Birmingham office for supporting our Easter raffle. The team raised the terrific total of £106 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Independent M&E contractor Briggs & Forrester Group is on track to achieve its three-year target of building a £250m turnover business. The firm returned a pre-tax profit of £3.6m in the year to 31 October 2015, bouncing back from a £2.7m loss after clearing legacy contracts the year before.
Chairman Mike Stanton said the business was on track to deliver turnover of £195m this year after achieving revenue up 8% to £164m last year.
There was a fun atmosphere in the offices on Friday 18th March when everyone 'dressed down', or up in some cases, to raise funds for Sport Relief. Our current total stands at nearly £300 - well done everyone for supporting this worthy cause - and having some fun too! The photo shows our MEP Team at the Cartwright Gardens project sporting deeley boppers!
Who would have thought that ping pong could be so competitive! Teams from our Engineering Services and MEP divisions in the South East Region had a great evening last week in a mixed group competition. It was a perfect way to bring players from across the company together for a ferociously fun series of games. The victors were Lorraine Kirkham, Paul Rupply and Martin Sheaf – evidently last minute substitutions were necessary!
Our Birmingham office was a house divided recently for the inaugural Upstairs v Downstairs football match. It was a tense game as the lead passed backwards and forwards, but after dives, missed shots aimed more at the car park than the goal and flying tackles, victory was sweet for the Upstairs team. £76 was raised for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Well done teams!
88% of employers who hire apprentices believe that Apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce.* We’re proud of our history of helping young people to take their first steps into the building services industry. Whether it’s engineering or estimating, design or maintenance we are keen to develop our teams of tomorrow. We currently have over 40 apprentices across a variety of disciplines, such as heating & ventilation, plumbing, electrical and technical, and we’re always keen to hear from more people interested in our industry.