Successful partners

Published:  04 December, 2017

Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services, Willmott Dixon Construction

Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services have secured their fourth contract with Willmott Dixon Construction and the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) at the Facility Support Building (FSB) project on the Harwell Campus.

This collaborative partnership with main contractor Willmott Dixon began with the successful delivery of the R100 building to STFC just over two years ago, and the subsequent fit-out of the Southern offices in the same building a year later.

R100 is occupied by STFC’s RAL Space facility who carry out world-class space research and technology development.

Briggs and Forrester acted as the consultant and the contractor in partnership with Willmott Dixon, to ensure the exacting facilities were delivered.

The Briggs and Forrester and Willmott Dixon Construction team are about to re-visit R100 for the latest fit-out of clean rooms, offices and laboratories. The design works are well underway and the installation works will commence on site shortly, for completion in autumn next year.

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