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B&F Updates

Read the latest news about Briggs and Forrester.

29th March 2019

Briggs & Forrester Living have been awarded the mechanical, electrical and public health contract on Urbanest’s latest student accommodation development in London. This will be the second project that Living have secured with Urbanest, following the successful delivery of their student accommodation project in Hoxton.

28th March 2019

Briggs & Forrester Living have secured the design and build, mechanical, electrical and public health contract with McLaren Construction at Argent’s King’s Cross R3 residential development in London.

Known as ‘Luma’, this prestigious project is part of the King’s Cross masterplan, transforming the area into London’s new creative quarter.

27th March 2019

A huge thanks to all that attended our Supply Chain Event last week, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. It was great to catch up with members of our Supply Chain and inform them of recent updates within the Briggs & Forrester Company.

Once again, a huge congratulations to all our winners who went home with an award.

As always, we’d like to thank our valued Supply Chain for their continued support – we hope that you’ll be joining us for next year’s event!

To see the short video of the night click here: 

26th March 2019

Described as Manchester’s own secret garden, the £250m mixed use development ‘Kampus’ is being developed by joint venture partners Capital & Centric and Henry Boot Developments to home a new vibrant cultural spot located in the heart of Manchester.

The next phase will include the refurbishment of two 3-storey Grade II listed buildings to create 58 one and two bedroom apartments.

25th March 2019

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services have successfully lifted and positioned plant to both internal and external plant rooms on level 4 of the Health & Life Sciences project, located in Reading.

The site team were commended by Balfour Beatty Project Management for the lifting operations which were conducted over a 12 day period and consisted of 68 lifts. The appointed lifting contractors were Mechanical Movements.

18th March 2019

Briggs & Forrester are delighted to be delivering the Building Services on a number of projects which are involved in the Open Doors initiative this year. Today doors will be opening at The Royal School located in Wolverhampton, a prestigious private boarding school which dates back to 1865. Delivered by Build UK, the scheme welcomes the community to visit major project sites in order to inspire those who are thinking of embarking on a career in the construction industry.

18th March 2019

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.

18th March 2019

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. 

1st March 2019
Briggs & Forrester Building Services Maintenance

Briggs & Forrester Group are delighted to announce the rebranding of Combined Energy Solutions Limited to Briggs & Forrester Building Services Maintenance Limited.

28th February 2019

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.