We were extremely pleased to hear that the Bath Abbey Footprint project has won both ‘Transformation project’ as well as ‘Winner of Winners’ at the Bath Property Awards held on 23rd November 2018.
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 27/11/2018
Five months on site and alongside some fascinating archaeological discoveries, the Footprint Project is well underway. The Abbey’s historic floor is made up of 891 ledgerstones, more than any other church in the country.
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 9/11/2018
We were really pleased to hear the news that Synergy has made the shortlist for the Bath Property Awards in the consultancy category.
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 1/10/2018
In our March blog, we introduced the Bath Abbey Footprint project. The project with a proposed completion date of 11 December 2020 is now on site and we are delighted to provide our next blog instalment on this fascinating project.
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 7/6/2018
Synergy was delighted to hear that Canterbury Cathedral’s Great South Window has won the South East Regional 2018 RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Building Conservation award. Working with architects Purcell, Synergy provided specialist cost consultancy advice on this project.
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 16/5/2018
It’s been long journey, since this statement was first used in connection with Bath Abbey. Five years after granting the Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent, the Footprint Project will be coming back to life once again in the heart of UNESCO World Heritage site. Proportionally much smaller, Phase 1 was successfully finished last year… Read More
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 26/3/2018
Mentoring has an important place when it comes to career development within the construction sector. It is often the catalyst enabling employees to advance their career to the next level. Karen Sandford, Partner in our Bath office, gives us her personal insight on this important development tool both from the aspect of the Mentor and… Read More
Posted in: Synergy Bath on 5/2/2018
There are two options available for gaining Building Regulation consent, either through the Local Authority or an Approved Inspector. Although Self Certification has been widely proposed and is expected to be introduced with the next update in 2019. An Approved Inspector quotes a bespoke fee for a project as opposed to Local Authority scale fees…. Read More