Safer Sphere has achieved the Association for Project Safety (APS) Corporate Membership for the third year in a row without any non-conformities. This is a wonderful achievement for the business and it is down to the hard work and dedication of our fantastic team!
We are delighted to reveal that we have been appointed on the development of the new Kingsmere Retail Park, formerly known as Bicester Gateway Retail Park, in Oxford Road, Bicester. The project started this week with completion scheduled for late October 2019. We will be supporting Leach Rhodes Walker on the scheme in the role of Principal Designer Advisor
Safer Sphere is pleased to have been on appointed on the new X-Ray replacement project at Queen Marys Hospital in Roehampton. The project will commence on site next month and will see the installation of new equipment and systems in two X-Ray rooms at the hospital. Safer Sphere is supporting ENGIE on the installation in the role of Prinicpal Designer Advisor.
Safer Sphere is delighted to reveal that we have been appointed on the new Barry’s Bootcamp Gym project in Canary Wharf. We will be acting in the roles of Prinicpal Designer Advisor to Recom Solutions and Client CDM Advisor to Barry’s Bootcamp. Safer Sphere was previously appointed on the recent fit-out of Barry’s Bootcamp in Manchester and delighted to continue the project team in London.
Safer Sphere is pleased to confirm that we have been appointed on a new demolition project on Manton Lane in Bedford. We will be supporting AR Demolition on the project in the role of Principal Designer Advisor and we look forward to providing health and safety assistance on this technical demolition.
Safer Sphere will be supporting 5Plus Architects in the role of Principal Designer Advisor on the refurbishment of 100 Barbirolli Square in Manchester. The appointment comes off the back of the success of the recent refurbishment of 101 Barbirolli Square where we also supported 5Plus Architects on the project.
The proposals include reconfiguring the existing entrance and reception area to include a new tenant hub with coffee bar offer; converting a level of the basement car park into a new office floor, reconfiguring the atrium and dropping the atrium floor down a level, creating a large cycle hub with changing rooms accessed directly from the street and at roof level extending the top floor office whilst creating two roof terraces. The design increases the office space to circa 150,000 ft2.
The scheme has now been submitted for planning and work will start on site in 2019 with completion in 2020.
Safer Sphere is proud to be supporting UMC Architects and Winvic who have secured the contract to build a new UK headquarters in Tolworth for LIDL.
The 250,000 sq. ft. building will be just five miles from LIDL’s current HQ in Wimbledon and is expected to take two years to complete. We have been appointed as Principal Designer Advisor on the project and we look forward to working with the team and seeing the build progress.
Construction Health and Safety specialists Safer Sphere has taken home the award for ‘Small Business of the Year’ at this year’s Pride of St Helens Business Awards. This comes fresh off the back of the company’s win at the National Association for Project Safety (APS) awards where the business was crowned CDM Consultant of the year.
The Pride of St Helens Business Awards are a celebration of local businesses and what theses business bring to the town.
Mike Forsyth, Managing Director, Safer Sphere said “We were pleased to have made the final but to take home the award, in what I feel was a very strong category is an amazing achievement. The awards night had so many fantastic businesses from the local area and really highlights the positive impact that these businesses bring to the town and the local economy. All our team are either from St Helens or the surrounding area and this recognition of our business is down to them and the hard work they put in. It was a proud moment to accept this award and we will continue to earn this title by providing the best expert service by the best team.”
Safer Sphere continues to provide health and safety support on another hospital project for ENGIE. We have been appointed on the refurbishment of two critical care units at the Royal Blackburn Hospital. The scope of works consists of the repainting of the wards, replacement of the floors, replacement of damaged wall protection and replacement of all ceiling tiles. We will be acting as Prinicpal Designer Advisor on the project.
Safer Sphere is pleased to have been appointed on the new highways works on Oxford Road (A41) in Bicester. The highways project will see amendments to the existing A41 road to form a new access junction to facilitate a new retail development. The project works include forming new lanes, junction, new traffic signals and signage. Safer Sphere has been appointed the roles of Principal Designer Advisor and CDM Client Advisor on the highway works.