News Archive

  • 0314

    We’re delighted to welcome Jacob Read into the SEH French team.

    Jacob joins our team of Estimators to ensure that we’re always delivering efficient quotations for new projects.

    Jacob said: “I’m excited to be apart of SEH French and play a part in helping the team to be able to take on even more tenders and projects.”

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  • 0314

    2014 is looking set to be one of our busiest years yet.

    We’ve secured £10 million worth of new business so far, with projects including our biggest social housing project to date in Haverhill, a third phase at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and also three projects with Suffolk County Council for local schools.

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  • 1113

    To celebrate 30 years of SEH French, our Director, Simon Girling, was interviewed by Sheline Clark from the East Anglian Daily Times. Read the full article below.

    Construction is often seen as a barometer for the health of the wider economy and as industry bodies and commentators start to see an upturn, hopes are high that recovery is well under way.

    A survey conducted by RICS (the Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors), for example, says expectation for construction workloads for the East of England hit re... Read More »

  • 1013

    As part of our on-going framework agreement with Suffolk County Council, we joined forces in February 2013 to construct a brand new fire station to service the east of the county, including Southwold, Reydon and the surrounding areas.

    The existing fire station was located in the heart of Southwold so it was seen by some as bold decision to relocate the entire outfit – however with the majority of the fire-fighters living in Reydon and excellent access roads, it was a progressive step, 0.8miles up the road.

    In... Read More »

  • 1013

    We have recently started work on a £1.6m new Sixth Form Resource Centre at the prestigious Framlingham College.

    The project design enhances some of the impressive Victorian building through a new extension providing classrooms for the popular sixth form subjects of Economics, Psychology and Business Studies. In addition to the new exclusive study and social areas for Sixth Form Students, there will be a new university and careers resource centre and a new whole-school café and social hub for all students in the hea... Read More »