May 2008

15/05/08 - Thomas Vale Step on Board

Members of Thomas Vale together with 24 guests including representatives from company’s framework partners, Bromford Housing Group, West Mercia Housing Group and Waterloo Housing Association all enjoyed a buffet and drinks from the open bar on board. “Our evening on the canals proved a great success for ‘...

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13/05/08 - The BCP Sustain the Promise

The event held a The Pavilion sports ground was a huge success with guest speakers including Councillor Paul Tilsley, Deputy Leader of Birmingham City Council and Don Ward the chief executive of Constructing Excellence. An awards ceremony was also held to recognise the outstanding contributions made by staff in supporting ...

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09/05/08 - Birmingham Construction Partnership Delivers value for money

The Birmingham Construction Partnership (BCP) was launched in 2004 to deliver Birmingham City Councils £500 million capital building programme through to 2009. This initiative was established to allow the council to move away from awarding contracts simply to the lowest bidder, which often led to inefficiencies, budget overruns and missed deadlines. Furthermore, ...

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07/05/08 - BCP Regeneration Team Expands

Birmingham City Council's Urban Design Department, Thomas Vale and two other contractors have committed to working together as a team, focusing on improving the design, cost and quality of buildings for the City to ensure that they meet the ‘decent homes’ standard. Together they form the BCP (Birmingham ...

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01/05/08 - John Runs the London Marathon

He ran in aid of raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Unit at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital. Cystic Fibrosis is the most common form of genetic disease, and there is no known cure. The money raised from events like this has helped enormously with understanding how to treat this disease and ...

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01/05/08 - Thomas Vale start work on £8.5m Health Centre

Birmingham East and North Primary Care Trust is behind the scheme, which is set to increase the amount of NHS dentistry provision and provide up to four GP surgeries along with district nurses, health visitors and mental health workers based at the Richmond Health Centre. Physiotherapy services are being relocated ...

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