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Hensall commence work on The Nobu Hotel Portman Square London
Hensall commence work on The Nobu Hotel Portman Square London Set to open in early 2020, Hensall have commenced work a large scale M&E project for The Nobu Hotel London Portman Square, in the heart of the city’s West End. [...]
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Hensall completes UK’s first SoulCycle in London
Hensall completes UK’s first SoulCycle Leading M&E and Building Services company, Hensall, has completed the UK’s first Soul Cycle studio in Soho, London. Taking, the US by storm, Soul Cycle is now one of the world’s biggest health and fitness [...]
Channing school M&E project
Hensall secure final phase of development for Channing School London
Hensall secure final phase of development for Channing School London Hensall has been named as M&E services contractor for Channing School’s final development phase. The prestigious all girls London based school is undergoing further development to the junior school facilities [...]
Hensall secures £1.5M M&E refurb project at Urmston Leisure Centre with ISG
Hensall secures £1.5M M&E refurb project at Urmston Leisure Centre with ISG Hensall has commenced work on a £1.5 million M&E refurbishment project as part of the £7M complete redevelopment of Urmston Leisure Centre, in Manchester. Appointed by lead contractor [...]
Hensall nominated for ‘Dream Smart’ award at ISG Supply Chain Conference 2018
Hensall nominated for ‘Dream Smart’ award at ISG Supply Chain Conference 2018
Hensall nominated for ‘Dream Smart’ award at ISG Supply Chain Conference 2018 Hensall have been nominated for ISG’s ‘Dream Smart’ award following the recent ISG Supply Chain Conference in March. The ‘Dream Smart’ award, which encompasses one of ISG’s core [...]
UK construction bounces back after Brexit shock

Activity in the construction sector expanded unexpectedly in September, for the first time since May, providing further evidence that the UK economy has bounced back from the initial shock of the Brexit vote.

New National Minimum & Living Wages come into play

The National Minimum Wage has been increased again to be effective from 1st April 2017. Different rates of the NMW still apply based on a worker’s age and whether or not they are an apprentice.

Latest From CIBSE – Energy Capacity Position Statement

CIBSE believes that a whole building approach should be a priority when tackling the future energy capacity gap and energy trilemma of security, social equity and environmental sustainability.