Read all our latest news and project updates.
We have officially completed work on the impressive Kangaroo Works, Sheffield City Centre’s new 14-storey build-to-rent development. The development on Rockingham Street brings 365 high-quality and contemporary homes to the city centre.
We have come away from the East Midlands and Yorkshire & Humber ceremonies as double winners of the Health, Safety and Wellbeing categories.
We sat down with Graduate Site Manager Callum Baxter for a quick chat about his journey to his current role, a typical day and his advice for somebody considering a career in construction.
Craig Finn shares his thoughts on the importance of framework membership, partnering and shared values following our recent appointment to the new MoJ Constructor Services Framework.
Last week we worked together with key partners from our Cocoa Works project by dedicating time to tidy up a much loved and magical spot on the banks of the river Foss in York.
We walked away as double winners at the National Federation of Builders (NFB) Construction Awards of Excellence in London last night.
We have appointed Amy Stanbridge to the Board of Directors. Amy has been with working with Henry Boot PLC for eight years in a number of key roles, including Group Construction Solicitor, Head of Legal, and General Counsel and Company Secretary.
We have completed the main phase of work on Sheffield City Centre’s brand-new public space, Pound’s Park. The landmark park was handed over to Sheffield City Council and officially opened on 3 April – just in time for the public to start enjoying the space over the Easter weekend and school holidays.
We have recently completed work on a new £9m Special Education Needs (SEN) learning centre on Buckingham Road in Headingley, Leeds. Located in the Ford House building, the venue is to be known as Headingley Learning Centre and is the third SEN campus of West Oaks School.
The Mayor of South Yorkshire, Oliver Coppard, visited our flagship Sheffield city centre sites last week to learn more about the developments and the work we do across the region.
Our team successfully raised £1,500 by taking part in the 10th annual Sleep Out for Roundabout last Friday. Going back to basics in Meadowhall Car Park, the team of six braved the cold conditions to raise vital funds for the South Yorkshire based youth homelessness charity.
We joined Assistant Site Manager Rob Gayler for a chat about his career so far and to see how he’s finding working on The Cocoa Works development, a sensitive refurbishment of York’s historic Rowntree Factory.
Members of our team will be braving a cold November night in Meadowhall car park, as part of Roundabout’s 10th annual Sleepout event, to raise money towards preventing youth homelessness.