Andy Laurie proudly attended the awards, at The Brewery in London, on 2 November 2018, where Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre was named a Highly Commended project, in the national finals of the RICS awards (Community Benefit category). Well done to all involved.
Pleased to announce that our Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre project, near Druridge Bay in Northumberland, has been shortlisted for two RICS awards (in the Community Benefit and Tourism and Leisure categories). We'd like to wish them every success in their nominations. http://www.nwt.org.uk/reserves/hauxley http://www.facebook.com/HauxleyWildlifeDiscoveryCentre
We are pleased to see the commencement of civil engineering works, currently being carried out by Rainton Construction limited. Ground works will be completed by the end of 2017, to be followed by the construction of eight new retail units which we are also appointed to provide Quantity Surveying services for .
The Herb Garden Harbour opened for business in Spring 2017 at Royal Quays Marina. We wish them lots of success with their café, bar and restaurant in this beautiful location. https://theherbgardenuk.com/
Two luxury cottages commissioned by the Northumberland Estates are due for completion in Summer 2017. The cottages are adjacent to Syon Park in Isleworth, Middlesex.
Thank you to all our clients and consultants who have supported our growth. Here's a selection of our projects undertaken since 2011...
Double awards success for St. Peter's Churchyard refurbishment project, winning two awards in two separate award ceremonies on 11th November 2016. The project won the highly commended award at the CECA awards at Gosforth Marriot Hotel, also winning Commercial Landscape Design Project of 2016, at the Northern Design awards in Leeds. Well done to all [...]
We are delighted that St. Peter's Churchyard, in Monkwearmouth, has been nominated for the Project of the Year award at the CECA ( Civil Engineering Contractors Association) annual dinner awards at Gosforth Park Hotel tonight. Good luck to all involved, including Sunderland City Council, the Diocese and contractor BCE Northern Limited.