RAF Lossiemouth Crash, Fire and Rescue building 6

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has completed construction of the new Crash, Fire and Rescue building at RAF Lossiemouth, part of a wider upgrade programme at the Moray station. DIO awarded the contract to Henry Brothers to construct a new facility for RAF Lossiemouth’s professional in-house firefighters and demolish the existing Crash, Fire and Rescue…

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HENRY BROTHERS SCOOPS SECOND AWARD FOR CARBON-NEUTRAL STAFFORDSHIRE UNIVERSITY BUILDING

Local contractor Henry Brothers is celebrating after winning the Sustainability Award at the West Midlands Property Awards 2022. The award was presented for the delivery of Woodlands Day Nursery and Forest School at Staffordshire University – the first carbon-neutral development completed by Henry Brothers and the first carbon-neutral building on the university campus. It is…

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Henry Brothers appointed to build student village energy and data hub at Loughborough University

Local contractor Henry Brothers has started work on site to build a new energy and data hub for the student village at Loughborough University. The £3.25m design and build project includes new mechanical and electrical infrastructure, external works and landscaping, housed in a single-storey building on Elvyn Way in the centre of the university’s student…

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Artemis Technologies Named Northern Ireland's Innovative Company of the Year 2022

World leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company, Artemis Technologies, has been recognised for its unrivalled innovation at a prestigious awards ceremony. The Belfast-based green innovator, with a mission to decarbonise the global maritime industry, triumphed in the Innovative Company of the Year category at the 16th annual Business Eye Awards. The accolade, presented…

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TBC Conversions highly commended as Manufacturer of the Year

Leading vehicle conversion specialist, TBC Conversions (TBC) has been named as the highly commended Manufacturer of the Year at a prestigious business awards ceremony hosted by Business Eye in association with AIB. The Business Eye Award for Manufacturer of the Year celebrates excellence across innovation, attention to detail, state of the art engineering, and market…

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Hannah Crawford Deborah Madden and Kirsten Mullan from Henry Brothers

Leading construction company, Henry Brothers, has been awarded Platinum Status, the highest accolade available, in Business in the Community Northern Ireland’s (BiTC NI) Environmental Benchmarking Survey. Recognising businesses that go above and beyond to reduce their impact on the environment, the survey benchmarks companies that drive change through integrating sustainable practices into corporate strategies. CSR…

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Kilwaughter Minerals brand K Systems has received three accolades at the high-profile Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA) Awards. At the national awards ceremony held in Leeds, K Systems won in the High-Rise Refurbishment (render / traditional finish) category and picked up highly commended in both the Low-Rise Refurbishment (render / traditional finish) and MMC…

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Henry Brothers expands into new region

Due to ongoing expansion and contract wins across England, leading contractor Henry Brothers is opening a new office in Manchester, enabling the contractor to grow its operations across the Northern Region. Henry Brothers has recently been appointed for the £12 million refurbishment of The University of Manchester’s Chemistry Building to create flexible lab space, purpose-built…

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Arthur Cox announced as sponsor of Pegasus Hockey Club

Leading law firm Arthur Cox has been announced as a sponsor of Belfast-based women’s hockey club Pegasus. The club is one of the most successful in the history of Ulster and Irish hockey and was one of only eight teams to compete in the Women’s Euro Hockey League earlier this year. Catriona Gibson, Managing Partner,…

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Mallaghan returns to profit as aviation sector recovers.

Mallaghan, a global leader in the manufacturing of airport ground support equipment (GSE), returned to profit in 2021 as the aviation industry began to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. In annual accounts filed at Companies House for the 12-month period to 31st December 2021, the company recorded profit before tax of £983,278 following a loss…

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