This year, Briggs and Forrester are delighted to be working on project sites across the UK that will be opening their doors to the public. Across the nation, the ‘Open Doors’ project enables members of the community to access sites and gain insight into major construction sites across England, Scotland and Wales. The scheme, delivered by Build UK is a great way to inspire individuals to join the construction industry by giving them a behind-the-scenes perspective to what happens on site.
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Briggs and Forrester are delighted to be working on a number of projects which are taking part in the annual ‘Open Doors’ project this March. Open Doors aims to inspire individuals who are interested in the construction industry to start thinking about taking the next step in their careers.
Briggs & Forrester Group are delighted to announce the rebranding of Combined Energy Solutions Limited to Briggs & Forrester Building Services Maintenance Limited.
Low Energy Consultancy (LEC) are very delighted to have been awarded Gold Membership Status with the Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS).
The SCSS are working with over 60 industry leading partners to tackle the environmental and social sustainability issues within the construction industry. These include housing developers and tier 1 main contractors who are driving improvement of sustainability skills and knowledge of the built environment through to their supply chains.
Although March has only just started, we've already started to count down the days until our annual ‘Briggs & Forrester Group Supply Chain Event’. This year the event will be held at Hilton Birmingham Metropole.
Our event enables us to recognize and appreciate the members of our valued Supply Chain. Awards will be given out across various categories which include 'Best Supplier, Best Health and Safety, Best Sub-contractor and the ‘Excellence at Every Level’ award.
Save the date – only 20 days to go! #BFSuppyChain19 #ExcellenceAtEveryLevel
Briggs & Forrester Special Projects have been awarded the mechanical, electrical and public health services contract with Thornsett Structures Ltd on 333 Kingsland Road in London.
Set on the former Kingsland Fire Station site in Dalston, the new mixed-use development will create 68 apartments made up on 34 one-bedroom, 31 two-bedroom and 3 three-bedroom units. There will be retail space and adjacent a new primary school serving up to 350 pupils.
Briggs & Forrester Special Projects Ltd, recently completed boiler replacement works at Dame Alice Owen’s School in Hertfordshire.
Dame Alice Owen herself founded the school in 1613 in Islington; which has since moved to their present site, set on an extensive 34 acre grounds in Potters Bar.
Working in collaboration with Michael Jones & Associates LLP the installation included the decommissioning and stripping out of the existing boilers that service the Edward Guinness Hall.
Moda Living’s 35 storey residential build ‘Angel Gardens’ recently topped out. Caddick Construction celebrated reaching the highest point of the project with 100 guests and stakeholders. The ceremony marks a key milestone for Moda Living and Caddick Construction.
Bordering the Northern Quarter, Angel Gardens provides residents with a new way to experience city living. One competed, Angel Gardens will offer 466 high quality homes designed exclusively for rent, ranging from studios to three-beds.
Jaguar Land Rover recently held a Project Churchill 5-a-side football tournament. Representing The Briggs & Forrester Group was Senior Quantity Surveyor Andrew Bevins, Technical Trainee’s Ashley Taylor and Ben Cooke, Assistant Engineer Charlie Marshall, Construction Services Engineer Garry Webb, Site Manager Leon Bradshaw and Contracts Manager Mark Smith. On the day, the Briggs & Forrester team played against the Main Contractor ‘McLaren’ and also the Client ‘JLR’ (Jaguar Land Rover).
The Nadler Hotels group is set to embark on the launch of its 5th hotel in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. In 2016, the company acquired Walter House, an Edwardian building overlooking the Strand, and began works to develop it into a 57-room boutique hotel.