Posted by Sarah Cole on April 15, 2015 in Building Construction
The existing Tourist Information Centre (TIC) will be moving into the historic building this summer – and changing its name to become Taunton Visitor Centre.
The centre will share the venue with new restaurant Wildwood and the aim is to have the doors open, ready to welcome visitors by mid-July this year, in time for the Taunton Live festival.
The relocation from the TIC next to Taunton’s main library in Paul Street will help attract even more...
Posted by Sarah Cole on April 09, 2015 in Awards
SWH Build is delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist for the South West LABC Building Excellence Awards 2015! We have been shortlisted in the Best Educational Building category for the work we undertook at Preston Academy ASD Unit. The awards ceremony takes place on 12th June in Plymouth...fingers crossed!
Posted by Sarah Cole on April 02, 2015 in In Our Community
At SWH we take great pride in being a key part of the communities we live and work in. We have a significant programme of charity events which serve to raise funds for worthy causes throughout the region and many of our staff spend their time supporting a range of fantastic organisations across the South West.
So, when we hit a significant milestone in our business, 20 successful years during which time the company has grown and gone from strength to strength, it seemed natural that we would celebrate this by spending a day serving those within our communities. Every member...
Posted by Sarah Cole on March 30, 2015 in Building Construction
After battling the seaside elements through the winter months, SWH is pleased to report that Phase 1 of roof and mansard replacement to the Bournemouth Premier Inn/Hinton Road Car Park is almost complete. The building has benefited from a new mansard construction and clad along with new roof overlay, finished with large uprated rooflights. Phase 2 works to the rear elevation on Hinton Road commenced ahead of schedule in February and consists of extensive repairs to art-deco Faience block work. Works will run until June of this year.
Posted by Sarah Cole on March 25, 2015 in Apprenticeships & Training, Company News
The event will allow attendees the opportunity to gain an insight into the different trades available at SWH. The day will include a site induction, various site tours and a Q&A session.
If you would like more information please contact our Project Skills Coordinator, Anna Cooper on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01404 821500
Posted by Sarah Cole on March 20, 2015 in Building Construction, Company News
The units are aimed at start-ups and people who want to relocate or expand their businesses. This exciting development provides much-needed additional employment space in Teignbridge and will play an important role in attracting new jobs to the area while safeguarding established ones.
SWH Build was appointed as the main contractor in December. Since then the design and site investigations have been worked on intensively before construction work started in...
Posted by Sarah Cole on March 03, 2015 in Civil Engineering
In its current guise, our minor works team has been operating since 2013; recently it has been building up a head of steam and we’re looking to take this forward into new areas.
Coinciding with the opening of the Plymouth office, the central hub for our minor works department has moved to our new office. Building on the expertise of our larger Civils and Build departments, we’re able to offer great value to those smaller jobs which could be anything from a driveway, dropped crossing to drainage solutions to Masonry work. With a huge diversity of staff to call upon, we’re...
Posted by Sarah Cole on February 16, 2015 in Civil Engineering
SWH Civils is carrying out the works and has informed local businesses, the Parish Council, and affected residents.
The current temporary one-way system on the B3184, which will improve access to the airport and adjacent Airport Business Park, will come to an end on Friday 20 February.
During the last week of the one way system, the road will be closed overnight between 9pm and 5am from Monday (16 February) to Friday...
Posted by Sarah Cole on February 05, 2015 in Civil Engineering
Collard Bridge at Snapper, near Barnstaple, is part of Devon County Council’s latest “legacy” funded projects to replace or repair structures damaged during the storms of 2012/13.
The new £380,000 structure, which uses concrete beams supported by reinforced concrete piled abutments, has been designed to improve resilience in future flood events.
Councillor Stuart Hughes, Devon County Council Cabinet member for Highway Management and Flood Prevention, said, “This new bridge re-connects a vital link for the local...
Posted by Sarah Cole on February 02, 2015 in Company News
The company claims to have both the largest and most highly skilled workforce of its type in the region with an emphasis on employing local people working out of local offices. It also has nearby offices in Ivybridge and Tavistock.
MD Ben Pyle says, “We plan to repeat the success we have enjoyed in Poole where we have grown our business and created genuine local employment. The only difference is that this time it’s more a question of consolidating a long history of involvement in...