Bray & Slaughter handed RoSPA Gold Award for health and safety practices

Bray and Slaughter has been handed a prestigious award in recognition of its practices and achievements in helping its staff/customers/clients/contractors get home safely at the end of the working day.

Bray & Slaughter has achieved a Gold in the internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK.

The RoSPA Awards scheme, which receives entries from organisations around the world, recognises achievement in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.

Bray & Slaughter chosen to deliver University of Bristol refurbishment project at Goldney Hall

Bray & Slaughter is returning to the University of Bristol with a contract to refurbish the University’s Goldney Hall accommodation building.

The two storey building will provide enhanced facilities for the students in the next intake for the new academic year. The works will be carried out during the summer recess period whilst the remaining campus will be active and in use.

Works include replacement of windows, layout and structural works, creation of study spaces and communal areas, formation of student townhouse, the refurbishment of study bedrooms including en-suites and new kitchenettes.

UWE The Hollies Student Accommodation Refurbishment

We have recently commenced the next phase of a project for the University of the West of England at The Hollies, which will entail the strip out and full internal refurbishment of 32 bedrooms, 3 large communal kitchens and numerous showers/WC’s.

Adjacent properties will remain occupied during the course of works so our ability to plan, coordinate and complete the works in line with the programme requirements will be a significant challenge.

Dyson Polymer Facility Refurbishment

We have recently commenced the refurbishment of the Dyson Polymer Facility in Malmesbury.

Working collaboratively with a number of specialist suppliers and Bath based architects DKA, we are designing and installing M&E systems, internal works/finishes and security fencing/turnstiles to this highly controlled research and development facility.

We are delighted to be selected to refurbish another project for our valued Client.

Work starts at Wellington Eagles Primary Academy

Following an intense pre-construction and planning period we are pleased to have commenced the £4.5m project to complete the New Wellington Eagles Primary Academy in Ludgershall.

The new education facility will accommodate 420 pupils together with the provision of 30 nursery places.

Matthew Cooper – Operations Director commented: “We are delighted to be afforded the opportunity to deliver this exciting new primary academy in Ludgershall. This project is a continuation of our longstanding relationship with Wiltshire Council and will add to our extensive portfolio of successfully delivering projects in the education sector”.