We won our first big contract with a public sector client in 1994, when we were chosen to carry out works for the National Rivers Authority, who later became the Environment Agency. Since then we’ve been awarded contracts with Defra, the NHS, British Transport Police, DVLA, schools and centres of education and training, and many local authorities throughout the UK.
This experience has given us an insight into the demands placed upon public sector organisations, who often have to respond to complex and ever-changing external pressures, including emergencies. We are sensitive to these pressures and have the resource capability and flexibility to act quickly to meet those changing requirements. That’s why we’ve been able to build up long-term relationships with many public sector clients.
A project to replace the exterior facade of the Sir Frank Gibb Building at Loughborough University, which used to be a water tower.