Read all our latest news and project updates.
Construction on Kangaroo Works, Sheffield City Centre’s new 14-storey residential development, reached an important milestone today as we have completed the highest point of the structure.
Our colleagues and partners from our supply chain recently helped Roundabout, Sheffield’s acclaimed homeless charity for young people, transform their back garden into a functional and attractive green space.
We are thrilled to announce we have been shortlisted in the Contractor of the Year category at the renowned Insider Yorkshire Property Industry Awards.
Monitors from the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS), who inspect construction sites to check employee wellbeing, environmental impacts and respect for the community, gave our site at Pound’s Park full marks in the three main categories.
Volunteers from our site team at The Cocoa Works and their partners worked alongside enthusiastic schoolchildren last month to renovate St George’s Garden of Remembrance in central York.
Elshaw House, Sheffield’s first zero carbon ready office, celebrated an important construction milestone this week with the building reaching its peak height.
Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity visited hundreds of workers at a number of our projects to highlight the importance of talking about mental health.
We joined Project Coordinator Kate Nelson for a chat about her career so far, The Cocoa Works - the sensitive refurbishment of York’s historic Rowntree Factory and her passion for interior design. Originally from Poland, settling in the UK as a teenager, Kate now lives in York with her family.
We have begun work on a contemporary two-storey extension at a Leeds high school, which will help increase capacity from 1,100 to 1,400.
Our work with hosting and promoting apprenticeships has led to us being presented with the Employer of the Year award at the 2022 Apprenticeship Celebration Awards, hosted by The Sheffield College.
We have signed up The Cocoa Works, a sensitive restoration of an historic site, to become an ‘Ultra Site’ with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
After joining Henry Boot straight from school in September 1968, Multi-Skilled Operative Dave Ellis is hanging up his trowel for the last time to enjoy his well-deserved retirement.
We have recently been appointed as a supplier on Crown Commercial Services (CCS) ProCure23 (P23) framework agreement as part of the wider CWAS2 Framework, for the design and construction of NHS capital projects.