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…

Read on
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…

Read on
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…

Read on
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…

Read on
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…

Read on
Henry Brothers Midlands relocates to larger offices due to expansion

Construction contractor Henry Brothers Midlands has staged an official opening of its new premises after moving into larger offices as part of continued growth. Northern Ireland-based company Henry Brothers established a Midlands division in Nottingham in 2015, originally operating from an office in Beeston. Led by Henry Brothers Midlands Managing Director Ian Taylor, the company…

Read on
Henry Brothers crowned winner of Construction Project of the Year

Leading construction company, Henry Brothers, has been named winner of the GB & Republic of Ireland Construction Project of the Year Over £2.5million category at this year’s Construction Employers Federation (CEF) Excellence Awards. Launched in 1999, the Construction Excellence Awards are considered the most prestigious event in the Northern Ireland construction calendar and are designed…

Read on
Henry Brothers awarded platinum status

Leading construction company, Henry Brothers, has been awarded Platinum Status, the highest accolade possible, in Business in the Community Northern Ireland’s (BITC NI) CORE Standard for Business. The survey recognises excellence in supporting People, Planet, and Place, celebrating those that go above and beyond to reduce the impact of their operations on the environment and carry…

Read on

Local contractor Henry Brothers has handed over its first net zero carbon building, a new £4.4m nursery and forest school at Staffordshire University. The Woodlands Day Nursery and Forest School, a single-storey building, is timber frame with timber cladding and features an external timber canopy covered walkway for social interaction. It is highly energy efficient,…

Read on

Henry Brothers, one of the UK’s leading construction companies and Northern Ireland’s Responsible Business of the Year, has announced its strategy to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The organisation, which is already building a new net carbon zero Nursery and Forest School for Staffordshire University and a £9m sustainable development at Loughborough University,…

Read on