The Harris Academy, Sutton was officially opened on October 8th 2019. This is the first secondary school in Britain designed and built to Passivhaus standards.
Posted in: Synergy London on 8/10/2019
We are delighted that our project at St Mary’s Church in Watford has now reached completion. The Grade I listed church which was reordered in Victorian times by GG Scott has been modernised and refurbished.
Posted in: Synergy London on 12/7/2019
The first phase of our project at the Central Surgery Limited in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire is now complete. Commencing in June 2018, the first phase comprised a two storey extension
Posted in: Synergy London on 5/7/2019
The use of drones is becoming commonplace among the surveying profession and mapping professionals.
At Synergy, drones have been used by our Building Surveyors to carry out inspections and condition surveys. We explore the advantages and disadvantages of this high tech piece of surveying equipment.
Posted in: Synergy London on 19/6/2019
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new YouTube Channel!
Posted in: Synergy London on 18/1/2019
Are you considering your route to become a Chartered Surveyor? It’s not such a tough mountain to climb with support. Hear from Tristan Hathaway who successfully completed our APC scheme in 2018.
Posted in: Synergy London on 12/1/2019
The application process for the Condition Improvement Fund 2019 to 2020 is now open. As in previous years the ESFA (Education and Skills Funding Agency) have highlighted that the highest priority
Posted in: Synergy London on 25/10/2018
Synergy were thrilled to work with Gascoyne Cecil Estates and Brooks Murray Architects on a transformational project to delicately restore a number of seventeenth and eighteenth century Listed farm buildings to create a new Aston Martin Showroom for Nicholas Mee and Co Ltd.
Posted in: Synergy London on 19/10/2018
The archaeological investigation is now complete at St Michaels CofE Primary School in St Albans. The Roman finds were spectacular, rediscovering one corner of the Basilica at the centre of Verulamium. A 3D model has been made by Oxford Archaeology and can be viewed interactively using this link. https://skfb.ly/6yzF9 The dig has now been covered… Read More