Charity Football Match
On the 24th March team manager Brian Knight will be leading an all-star Beardwell team in a football match against the staff of Stanway School.
Brian has promised that his unique motivational style will lead to victory.
The game will be raising funds for the Head’s charity Hand in Hand.
Hand in Hand is passionate about giving children born in poverty a hope for the future. Our ultimate aim is for each child’s life to be transformed and the cycle of poverty to be broken. Thank you for fundraising for Hand in Hand! We work through grassroots projects lead by local people who are passionate about seeing the cycle of poverty broken. From the beginning our work has been a team effort with partnership at the heart of all that we do. We are dedicated to seeing children born into a life with no hope through no choices of their own, given a future. When Hand in Hand began we made a bold promise that every pound that you donate will go directly to our project partners’ transformational work. Thank you for sharing our vision, together we really are making a difference.
Congratulations to David Beer for receiving an award at the first ECTA Trainee Awards lunch. David is one of our Apprentices and he is currently working towards his Level 3 in Carpentry. Keep up the good work David.
Royal Hospital School Holbrook has been successfully handed over. Well done to David Waters and all the team.
The Atrium at University of Suffolk
We are proud to be associated with the re-modelling of The Atrium at University Campus Suffolk, which opens to students shortly.
Read the East Anglian Times article here
RA Butler Hand Over
RA Butler Academy successfully handed over. Well done to Jim Woods and all the site staff ‘for the professional way they have carried out this project’.
Beardwell Assists the Eden Rose Project
Well your surname certainly suits you, you are indeed a knight. It was lovely to meet you and the electrician (didn’t catch his name) today.
We are absolutely thrilled that you are prepared to give up your time and possibly some resources to help our project. It really is people like you that keep charities like ours running so that we can support the community.
Recent Project Awards
Recent project awards include;
Royal Hospital School Holbrook
Moulton CEVP, Suffolk
Cleeve Park School, Bexley
Phoenix Primary School, Laindon
Hogarth School, Brentwood
UoE Barclays Unit
Northwick Park, Canvey
St Johns Green Primary, Colchester
Gold at the CCS National Awards
We were very please that Brigita, Stuart and James were able to collect a Gold Award on behalf of the whole Chislehurst & Sidcup 6th Form Centre project team at the recent National Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards held in London. This is a fantastic achievement as we were predominantly ranked alongside major national contractors and recognises the excellent standards that were reached on this project.
Promotion for Heron
Congratulations to Heron Russell, who having completed his CITB SSTS training has been promoted to Assistant Site Foreman. Heron has worked upon a number of imporatant projects with Beardwell including Kingston University, St James and Grays Magistrates Court. He is currently working hard at the Woodside Academy project in Thurrock.
New 2016 Contract Awards
Trinity College, Cambridge – Blocks M & N Refurbishment Works
Essex County Fire & Rescue Service – Dovercourt Fire Station – Replacement of existing Appliance Bay Doors
Essex County Council – Rebuilding a traditional timber framed Cart Lodge in Grays
CHAS accreditation successfully renewed.
Beardwell have again been recognised as a CHAS accredited Company the health and safety scheme assuring Clients of our high standards in respect to health and safety.
The accreditation is valid until 24th November 2016
New Contract Awards
Barnham School, Suffolk – Roofing Works – Upgrade to existing flat roof
Chislehurst & Sidcup Grammar School – New teaching block and internal refurbishment works and a new combined Drama / Music Block to be added
Woodside Academy, Thurrock, Grays – New 6 Classbases extension and internal refurbishments
All works are to commence soon
Grand Opening Date
Beardwell will be attending the ‘Grand Opening’ of Grays Magistrates on Friday 29th January 2016 by the Major of Thurrock, Councillor Sue Gray.
The internally refurbished building has been transformed into a Office Enterprise Building for small businesses creating new jobs in the borough. The centre will be operated by NEWS (Norfolk and Waveney Enterprise Services Ltd) a not for profit organisation.