The government is driving forward new regulations, setting a minimum level of energy efficiency compliance for buildings / units through Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) ratings. These regulations come into force in 2018. Briggs and Forrester’s division Low Energy Consultancy can help your company achieve compliance. Find out more here. http://lowenergyconsultancy.co.uk/news/will-your-property-pass-2018-energy-performance-certificate-standards
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Legislation such as ESOS and ISO50001, has encouraged many companies to put energy compliance at the heart of their business. Briggs & Forrester’s division, Low Energy Consultancy, has worked with a variety of clients to ensure they have the tools and the support to comply with the requirements for an energy efficient business now and into the future. Find out more about working with LEC towards ISO 50001 compliance.
We’re very proud to launch our new Group brochure and corporate websites!
As we head towards our 70th year, our new look reflects our experience and reputation, with a focus on the future.
A big thank you to everyone involved!
“I would have no hesitation in recommending the Company… The appearance and procedures in place indicate a very professional business.” Following a recent assessment, Briggs and Forrester (MEP) Ltd is now a member of the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
The aim of the Scheme is to improve the image of the construction industry by monitoring, suggesting areas where improvements could be made and recognising achievers. The focus is on how a company cares about appearance, respects the community, protects the environment, secures everyone’s safety and values their workforce.
Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd has been awarded the contract to design and deliver the mechanical and electrical installation for Cranfield University Aerospace Integration Research Centre project, Bedfordshire. The project has an M&E value of £2.75m and will be delivered with R G Carter.
Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services Ltd is pleased to announce that it has secured the contract to provide the installation and commission of various mechanical, electrical and public health systems at Rocester School, Staffordshire. Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd will work alongside Seddon to deliver the project.
The facility brings together two existing schools, Dove First School and Ryecroft Middle School, under one roof in a new energy-efficient facility. The two schools will share the building, but will remain separate.
Congratulations to Tim Setchell and John Brands, two of the winners of the Briggs & Forrester Special Projects Valentine’s Raffle earlier today.
The raffle is to raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity – the running total stands at over £100 so well done everyone involved!
We’re pleased to announce that the Briggs and Forrester Group offices in Northampton have been awarded a Greener Path Award for ‘Zero Waste to Landfill’.
The awards, created by ACM Environmental Champions, celebrate the work that businesses around the UK do to reduce the impact that they have on the environment. They focus on minimising waste, boosting recycling and increasing landfill diversion. Well done to our employees for their everyday recycling habits, and special mention to our cleaners for all their hard work.
Congratulations to our team at Wandsworth who have been awarded a Health and Safety Award by Galliford Try.
The Wandsworth Riverside Quarter project is a 13 storey tower of apartments and commercial units. The monthly award is based on a variety of criteria including complexity of works, number of operatives and Serious Safety Event Rate. They also selected a stand out operative for their particular focus on H&S – and B&F electrician Elvis Shadrawry was the lucky recipient! We’re not sure if he celebrated with a song though!
Our teams in Bristol and Birmingham supported two local charities last year, Above & Beyond in Bristol, and Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Their fundraising efforts, including Dress Down Friday’s, a Grand Raffle and a weekly football card competition, raised the fantastic total of £1,000 which was split equally between the two charities. Well done everyone!