With the recent news that nearly a quarter of schools in England (23%) have not reported to the government how much asbestos they have in their buildings and how they are managing the risks, we take a look at the management of asbestos in schools.
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
Gone are the days when inflation was added by taking the BCIS tender price index and applying it to a cost plan with the expectation that all should be ok.
Posted in: Synergy Guildford on 10/1/2019
Synergy were delighted to hear that we have again secured a Headline Partner position at the Independent Schools’ Bursars Association (ISBA) Annual Conference. This year’s event will be held at the Manchester Central Convention Complex on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd May.
Posted in: Synergy Guildford on 8/1/2019
As 2018 draws to a close – we’d like to take this opportunity to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Posted in: Synergy Guildford on 14/12/2018
Synergy is thrilled to announce our appointment as Cost Consultant and Employer’s Agent for the new National Centre for Horticultural Science and Learning at the iconic RHS Garden Wisley.
Posted in: Synergy Guildford on 6/12/2018
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
We are delighted that the Barton Science Centre at Tonbridge School is nearing completion. The project includes the extension, reconfiguration and full refurbishment of the existing science centre building.
Posted in: Synergy Guildford on 22/11/2018
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.