Byrne Group are supporting the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Thursday 26th September, which is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. The charity offers essential support and advice for cancer sufferers, from initial diagnosis through to treatment and
Our colleagues at Mayfair Park Residence are continuing with their fundraising efforts for Great Ormond St Children’s Hospital, with the intention of raising £20,000. To date they have raised £6,850! To help them reach their target and donate to this very worthy cause, please
Byrne Group has revealed financial results for the year ending 30 June 2019, which show a consolidated EBITDA of £9.2 million (2018: - £3.4 m) from a turnover for the year of £203 million (2018: £139m). Michael Byrne, Group Chief Executive, said: “A solid performance
Every year, organisations and communities around the world come together to raise awareness of suicide. In 2018, in the UK and Ireland alone, there were 6,839 people who died of suicide. Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy, and we know that suicide is preventable. At Byrne Group, through a
The monthly Safety Award for July at Chesterfield Hill goes to Peter Douglas of TMG Brickwork/Chichester Stone. Peter received a £25 M&S voucher from the Ellmer Management Team. Congratulations Peter, keep up the good work!
We are delighted and proud to announce that Byrne Group is now an Employer Alliance member at the Westminster University Technical College. The Employer Alliance is a collaboration of engineering and construction sector employers created to support the establishment of a University Technical
Ellmer is pleased to announce that our project at Cityside has received a Certificate of Excellence award from the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS). This was achieved after receiving a Code of Considerate Practice Award in January this year. Sites are awarded a Certificate of Excellence if
We recently arranged a breakfast club to show our appreciation for all the great work done so far at this site. A food wagon was organised to provide breakfast sandwiches and tea/coffee for all site operatives, which was very well received.
Working in collaboration with Cape (Electrical & Mechanical), Ellmer has successfully procured the use of microwave sensors within the temporary LED lighting package at the Kingsway Hall Hotel project. There are many advantages to using microwave sensors over traditional head-end controlled and
Ellmer are proud to announce that our project at Kingsway Hall Hotel has received an Award for Recycling from Paper Round. This is for recycling achievements in 2018. Recycled 550kg 7 trees saved 770kg of CO2 saved