“Just to let you and the team know the client & lead architect viewed the south wash tower upper levels on Friday afternoon and were impressed with the finish there. Thanks for a good installation after all your efforts.”
“I would like to thank the labour force that were on my site doing the single ply roofing, Kai especially as he was always the one to ask for anything he required and I would do the same, overall all the lads were good, they were meticulous in their work and were very H&S conscious, I never had a single problem with them for the full time they were on site, and hopefully I will have them back on any future projects we have this type of roofing on and of course with BriggsAmasco.”
At the new 5 Broadgate development in the heart of London’s Square Mile on the site of 4 and 6 Broadgate, BriggsAmasco successfully installed over 11,000 m2 of waterproofing and roofing systems. BriggsAmasco had to provide a successful and innovating working arrangement that allowed them to complete the work with minimal disruption within the three month deadline during the coldest and wettest time of the year.
“BriggsAmasco provided a perfect product at 5 Broadgate, their management team from the outset provided excellent service, both on and off site. This covered early technical and product advise to assist the design team on interfaces, to excellent on site delivery of the works. Their management is very honest and proactive in all respects. Their overall performance has been exemplar with quality of service, programme performance, quality of workmanship and safety, whilst offering and maintaining value for money.”
At the £750 million Birmingham Gateway project, the 1960s New Street railway station was being transformed into a 21st century transport hub. Appointed by Network Rail in 2008, management contractor Mace turned to BriggsAmasco for the design, supply and installation of over 24,000m2 of waterproofing and roofing systems across the site.
“At such a challenging construction site, it’s vital to develop integrated working partnerships with specialist sub-contractors such as BriggsAmasco. “They work closely with us and have continually demonstrated best working practices, design flexibility and high standards of health and safety to ensure every roofing element is delivered in line with our tight construction programme.”
Completing the project to the highest standard within a strict deadline budget, the company received high commendation from Paul Sales, Senior Project Manager:
“I would like to thank you and your team and the way they responded to the very short deadlines to complete the work at Southampton General Hospital. From the outset you moved very quickly to get the work started. It was vital we had the spaces back in time and the team delivered this for us on time and within budget.”
Paul also reserved special praise for two members of the BriggsAmasco team, who ensured the time-sensitive project remained on schedule and on budget.
“Steve Chambers was excellent in working through the early teething problems you can expect when work starts on a new site to keep on programme. The information and assistance to maintain cost control and keep within the project budget despite unforeseen problems was also excellent.”
“The team on the ground with Tony Ebong worked very hard and long hours to keep the work on programme despite interruptions from abandoned cars in work bays and the odd helicopter arriving.”
Spring Cottage, Mountbatten, Griffin and Priory primary schools – 31st October 2012
Thanking BriggsAmasco for the company’s hard work, NPS Group’s Project Manager Ian Longhorn said:
“All the schemes had been completed on programme and on budget with the works undertaken safely and to a high standard. Thank you for your efforts in managing and organising these works effectively and we look forward to working with you again in the future.”