Obviously Teenage Cancer Trust is a cause very close to our hearts which is reflected in the magnificent sum we have raised as a company. Our big hearted staff and supply chain partners have worked tirelessly taking part in events and running competitions to raise the funds.
We loved working with Shaylor Group. Their staff worked tirelessly to raise funds that will enable us to support young people with cancer. Thanks go to everyone at Shaylor Group for their incredible support and generosity.
This is only the second time we have entered for a safety recognition award and we are proud that we have been awarded Silver for the systems and adherence safety compliance. We take safety very seriously and to be recognised for all the effort, training and following of rigorous procedures is very rewarding.
To win an award at such a highly-regarded event as the RoSPA Awards is a great achievement for our winners. It recognises their commitment to maintaining an excellent health and safety record and raises the bar for other organisations to aspire to. We offer them our congratulations.
The position reflects Richard’s standing within the construction industry and acknowledges his continued commitment to supporting and promoting the Institute.
This is an amazing privilege and I will thoroughly enjoy my tenure, serving CIOB members to the best of my abilities.
Without doubt it is our ability to transfer core construction project management skills into the delivery of this cutting edge climate change facility that has led to our appointment.
These latest contract awards show the market has confidence in our abilities to deliver significant projects throughout the UK, and we are more than confident that our presence in this competitive sector will continue to increase
“Paul’s appointment comes at an exciting time for Shaylor Group, having recently secured a string of new high profile contract awards and framework agreements
“I am delighted to be joining such a well-regarded business and I look forward to helping Shaylor Group maintain their momentum in becoming the pre-eminent name for quality construction projects throughout the UK”.
We are incredibly proud of our outstanding team performances being recognised nationwide. It is a fantastic achievement to receive so many Finalist places in one year and we look forward to the respective Awards ceremonies in the hope of adding to our already bulging trophy cabinet.
Our team are very excited to begin work on this historic local landmark. BPN Architects have an excellent vision for the building and our highly skilled team are eager to get the transformation underway. We have significant experience in the housing sector and look forward to bringing ‘The Franklin’ to life.
You don't get many chances to build something like this in Bournville. Opportunities like this don't come round every day.
Our team are very excited to begin work on this intricate project, which has been awarded thanks to our outstanding reputation in the Education sector and particular expertise in music facilities. We look forward to working with the Staff, Governors and Trustees of the school and providing them with a world class facility.
Cedars Hall is being created through the generosity of individuals, families, charitable trusts and foundations, including Arts Council England, throughout the UK; and the Wells Cathedral School Foundation continues its fundraising appeal to make Cedars Hall happen.
This facility is vital for Wells Cathedral to maintain its status as a world class music school. At present our symphony orchestra rehearses in the 15th century theological library which is beautiful, but acoustically inappropriate – and not nearly big enough. We hope Cedars Hall becomes an important musical venue in the South West and will enable us to expand our music outreach programme. We believe music should be all-inclusive and Cedars Hall helps us reach more people including those talented children who need our support and guidance.
I will endeavour to continue making a positive difference through my various roles and the invaluable support provided by Shaylor Group.
Obviously Beating Bowel Cancer is a cause very close to our hearts which is reflected in the magnificent sum we have raised as a company. Our big hearted staff and supply chain partners have worked tirelessly taking part in events and running competitions to raise the funds. In addition to the money, I personally hope we have played a part in raising awareness of this all too common disease.
'It has been a truly magnificent fundraising effort by all the team at Shaylor Group, more than doubling their initial target. The amount raised will help them to support people with bowel cancer and their families and to raise awareness of the disease, its symptoms and the need for early diagnosis.
To have won our first ever CMYA medal is testament to both Paul’s vision and managerial skills and our professionalism as a company to have been able to support him with his planning and execution.
Winning the Silver medal has been a fantastic experience. Not only was The Belfry project one of the best I have worked on in my career, winning the award made all the effort (not only from myself but from the whole team) worthwhile. One of the main benefits of getting into the finals was gaining CiOB member status which in turn has allowed me to develop my career further by attending seminars, accessing their CPD portal and networking with other members.
Our London office has been established for over 2 years, and we have seen steady growth in our presence in this all important arena. Obviously these latest contract awards show the local market has confidence in our abilities to deliver significant projects in the capital, and we are more than confident that our London presence will continue to increase.
All the volunteers from Shaylor Group who contributed to running the day were amazing too. Fred would have been very proud and thrilled at the end result.
It has been a real pleasure working with both the HLF and the Friends of Trenance Cottages, and we look forward to a continued fruitful relationship.
A big factor in this project securing the grant is the support of the local community. This building will tell Newquay’s story in different ways and everyone will be able to come and sample that story
This is a part of Cornwall that you don’t see in Newquay except here, so hopefully in 100 years’ time our great- grandchildren will be enjoying these great cottages.
We are delighted to see the efforts of two such talented individuals rewarded in this manner. They are both consummate professionals and ambassadors for the company, and we are proud to call them colleagues.
A high level of competence was maintained by all to ensure Health and Safety was not breached by anyone working on site and members of the public around site. The Contractor’s Site Manager Nick Jones maintained good relationships with the neighbours and those appointed by the Owners to uphold their duties under the Consideration Contractors scheme and this scored highly on inspections.
We are delighted that the building users are so happy with our work and to also be recognised by our industry peers is wonderful.
Our selective approach to new business has placed us on a new and much improved trajectory. As we approach the half-way point of the financial year, we already have around 90% of our target order book secured and will achieve revenue growth of 50% this year.
This is a fantastic win for the company, building upon our existing strong reputation and performance in the retail sector. We have established a dedicated delivery team within the business which will utilise each of our regional offices, and we look forward to successful delivery of the programme.
Having completed a number of projects previously for Cornwall Council, we are delighted with their confidence in our service and quality of our product. We look forward to a continued fruitful relationship.
The University of Wolverhampton has a clear vision of where it is heading as regards the very important part it plays in the local community and its commitment to excellence in respect of academia in the local, as well as on the national and international stage. I am delighted to be the recipient of the Alumnus of the Year award for Enterprise and Leadership, and look forward to collaborating with the University through business initiatives moving forward.
With the construction industry forming such an important part of our G.D.P, Sir Mervyn wanted to hear exactly how the recession has affected not only the construction industry here in the West Midlands from an ‘on the ground’ perspective, but also the actual day to day impact on medium sized family run businesses like ourselves.