As works at the unique ‘Ten Oaks’ continue, we are pleased to announce the launch of a series of seminars, scheduled to take place at the site in the New Year.
The Owners, Dr and Mrs Mays and the Contractors, Procare Construction, will be inviting students, consultants, architects and affordable housing providers to attend a keynote lecture entitles “The Building of a Zero Carbon House”.
The lecture, delivered by key speakers Dr Ian Mays (Owner), David Kirkland (Architect), Steve Cook (Managing Director – Procare Construction) and Morgan Bevan (Site Manager at Ten Oaks), will outline the principles involved in the construction of a zero carbon house through the careful design, selection of low carbon materials and building processes.
If you are interested in attending one of these seminars, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the award of works, we are pleased to announce that Procare Construction will once again be working with Grainger plc. This 20 week programme of specialist external and lift refurbishment works at Ability Plaza are scheduled to commence in late September, completing 2017.
With Phase 1 almost complete, we are pleased to announce the award of further works at Featherstone High School. This fast-track refurbishment to include; art room to laboratory conversion, toilet refurbishment, and mains gas supply modification is due for completion in time for commencement of the new academic year.
Following the successful completion of a fast-track project earlier this year, Procare Construction are pleased to announce the award of a second project from the Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. This 12 week programme involving the installation of a new dispensary at Hillingdon Hospital is now on site and is due for completion this autumn.
Procare received great praise at the official opening of the newly refurbished library at Stanmore. The Mayor personally thanked the team for their efforts during this fast track, 4 week transformation of a dreary, non-inviting facility into a vibrant community hub. Since the public reopening on Saturday 2nd April, the library has already seen a considerable increase in visitors.
12th April 2016