Gareth Simm Welcomes HE Simm’s 2016 Intake of Apprentices.

September 9, 2016

Building on the success of previous years HE Simm welcomed its 2016 intake of apprentices to embark on their career within the construction industry.  HE Simm is a proud member of the 5% Club and has a long history with apprenticeships. The newest intake will see 13 young people start their careers in four different … Continued

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Paul Street – Case Study

September 2, 2016

HE Simm deliver full Design & Build MEP Services to Paul Street, a student accommodation development in the Shoreditch area of London. The £4.2m development was spread over 2 blocks of 10 storeys and fitted to the clients high specification. See below for the full Paul Street case study.   Case Study Paul Street  

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X1 Media City, Tower 1

August 26, 2016

HE Simm have recently commenced works on tower 1 of the X1 Media City Development with Vermont Construction, our 10th project delivered together over a strong 12 year relationship. This development has seen the two companies work in partnership to commence works on the scheme in an innovative and forward thinking approach due to some … Continued

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Importance of Localism to HE Simm, Kier Construction and the LIPA Project

August 11, 2016

HE Simm have been working with Kier Construction for over 35 years, throughout this time we have built a strong relationship, built on mutual trust and delivering excellence. Ray Hunter, Project Manager on the LIPA project discusses the importance of localism on the project and the great working relationships between HE Simm and Kier. Ray … Continued

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Community Day at Canning Town

August 10, 2016

Today our Managing Director Gareth Simm, Anthony Melia HESQ Director, Neil Harris & Ricky Hale operatives based from our London office, have been helping the local community of Canning Town, London. HE Simm worked in partnership with main contractor John Sisk & Son Ltd, the police and local authorities to deliver the community initiative. They … Continued

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Capital Building – Case Study

August 5, 2016

HE Simm deliver full Design & Build MEP services to the iconic Capital Building in Liverpool. The £8.3m development was delivered with Downing Construction. All works were conducted on a ‘live’ site and were completed on time, in budget and defect free. See below for the full Capital Building case study   Case Study Capital … Continued

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Crown Place – Case Study

July 29, 2016

HE Simm deliver full Design & Build MEP works to 1,259 student beds at the development Crown Place, Liverpool. The £9.7m project was completed with ULCCO Construction for the University of Liverpool’s students. The project was completed defect free. Click on our case study to read more of this project. Case Study Crown Place  

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HE Simm Continue to Lead the Way in Apprenticeship Recruitment

July 27, 2016

We continue to drive our commitment to ensuring opportunities for young local people with the recent recruitment of apprentices and graduates to help tackle the skills shortage that the construction industry is facing. We have recently employed a further 13 apprentices and graduates for our 2016 intake in September, taking our total to 37. Our … Continued

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HE Simm Supports Young Local Workforce

June 20, 2016

Ryan Pratt, our 1st year mechanical apprentice is currently working on our LIPA project which is being delivered with Kier Construction. Ryan began his apprenticeship with us in September and the LIPA project is the second development he has worked on. Ryan praised the mentoring he has received during his time at LIPA which he … Continued

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Case Study – Broadcasting Place

June 17, 2016

This time 7 years ago we completed our works on the 2010 Tall Building of the Year Winner, Broadcasting Place. We delivered the full Design & Build MEP works to the 22 storey, 240 student bed tower, academic and administrative building totalling 100,000 ft². The £8.9m scheme was delivered with Downing Construction which has led … Continued

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