Bespoke Builder Services has, to date, completed over 4,000 Code assessments. BBS is a leading provider of construction environmental assessment methodologies, offering a complete range of Code for Sustainable Homes, SAP, SBEM and BREEAM assessments. For further information, please contact: Andrew Mitchell, Director Environmental Services on 01892-893162. To email Andy, please click here.
Updated: 2012-03-09 12:21:05 Added: 2012-03-09 12:21:05
In view of the increased demand for our services, we are pleased to announce that Nigel Parkinson and Kevin Boddington have joined BBS Building Control. Nigel and Kevin have over 36 years combined experience in Building Control in the Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire areas. Their extensive local knowledge and locations are ideal for developing further BBS Building Control's services for clients in Bedfordshire and the surrounding counties.
Updated: 2012-01-16 11:20:10 Added: 2012-01-16 11:20:10
BBS Building Control is pleased to announce its involvement in the new Rosemary Works, Branch Place project in North London. The proposed mixed-use development will comprise of 52 flats and ground floor commercial units. Further information on the project and the companies involved can be found on our 'Projects' page: http://www.bbsgroup.co.uk/projects.php
Updated: 2011-12-22 15:19:47 Added: 2011-12-22 15:19:47
BBS Building Control will be opening its new West London office in Windsor soon. Significant increase in Building Control business, across West London and the surrounding areas, has resulted in the expansion of our West London team. This new office will enhance our ability to service work in the area, provide a base for our surveyors and a local office focus for our clients.
We are also expanding our Petts Wood office shortly to accommodate increased administrative support and surveyors for the very busy East and South East London area.
Updated: 2011-11-16 09:19:01 Added: 2011-11-16 09:19:01
Brands Hatch Hotel was the venue for the latest BBS Seminar. The event was hosted by senior members of our Environmental Team and attended by over 50 delegates from across various sectors of the construction industry. The breakfast meeting provided attendees with the opportunity to hear about the latest regulatory changes within the Code and other environmental/energy related matters. In addition to an update and overview on The London Plan.
The audience was encouraged to ask questions, at any point during the presentation, which resulted in a very interesting and interactive debate throughout the morning.The informal meeting concluded with the opportunity for delegates and BBS staff to continue discussions over tea and coffee in the Racing Bar.
A copy of the presentation is available for viewing by following this link: please click here. Should you wish to email, or speak to: Ellen Huelin, Alex Duckworth or Andrew Mitchell, their contact details can be found at the end of the presentation.
For further information about future BBS events, please contact: John Barham on 01892-893733, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated: 2011-10-13 15:18:28 Added: 2011-10-13 15:18:28
Client: Genesis Housing Association
Developer: Ardmore Group
Architects: KDS Associates and Stock Woolstencroft
Environmental Assessors: BBS Environmental
The High Street, Stratford scheme, located at the approach to the 2012 Olympic Games, will provide over 700 homes. The project includes five new residential blocks, one of which will be one of the highest residential towers in London.
All blocks are currently under construction, with blocks F and G due to be completed very soon. The remaining blocks are due for completion in Q4 of 2012.
Part of the site has an interesting history: Warton House, which is located at 150 High Street, Stratford, was previously occupied by Yardley, the perfume and soap maker. One wall of the building is covered with a large mosaic depicting a lady and two children carrying baskets of lavender. The design was adapted from one of the Cries of London illustrations which were produced at the end of the 18th Century. Oddly enough, not far away, a bridge which was replaced by the Bow Flyover, was reputedly referred to as "Stinkhouse Bridge". This was caused by the stench from chemical works and a neighbouring factory making glue from the bones collected by rag and bone men.
The mural has been preserved within the redevelopment of the site and two storeys added to the original building.
Sustainable elements within the scheme include: CHP plant, biomass boilers, rainwater harvesting and green and brown roofs, as well as water-saving sanitaryware, together with considerable areas of water attenuation on the 1.3-hectare Thames-side site.
Updated: 2011-08-15 13:16:39 Added: 2011-08-15 13:16:39
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