Inspiring the next generation – 2018 is the Year of Engineering.
The initiative has been launched by the Government to encourage more young people into the profession and help narrow the sector’s skills gap.
McAndrew Martin’s well-established Mechanical and Electrical Engineering department – led by Director Horace McAndrew – provides expert support for a wide variety of clients nationwide.
McAndrew Martin has been rated as one of the leading property consultancies in the UK.
We've risen up the rankings in the industry’s Top 150 Consultants for 2017, published by Building magazine.
We've broken into the top 100 places for the first time at 97 - up from 108 in 2015, 136 in 2014 and 166 in 2013.
It follows major growth with expansion in headcount, offices and annual fees after the company restructured into six directorates in 2016.
Managing Director Bill McAndrew said: “This success is a testament to the hard work of all of our staff.
Plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport have taken another twist after new proposals were unveiled to save £2.5bn from its cost.
The expansion bill is now expected to drop to £14bn, with money saved through reducing space and breaking building work into stages.
When construction starts, the runaway will be one of the country’s major infrastructure works alongside such high-profile projects as Crossrail and HS2.
Our Director of Project Management and Contract Administration Lee Sargeant has been watching with a keen professional interest.
Project management can be complex and multi-faceted with a wide skillset required across a range of different disciplines.
At McAndrew Martin, our Project Management and Contract Administration department has a wide range of highly qualified and experienced experts available inhouse to call upon.
We keep a close watch on the latest industry developments and best practices to ensure we continue to deliver the very highest standards of professional customer service.
New contracts have recently been awarded for Buckingham Palace’s £369m M&E refurbishment programme.
Six leading firms have won the contracts to oversee the 10-year project: Arcadis, Arup, Capita, Gleeds, Mace and WSP.
According to Construction News, the work comes after a report warned that the palace faces a ‘very real danger of catastrophic failure leading to fire or flood’ because of outdated electrics, power and water systems.
A story about our Charity Golf Day has appeared in the June edition of the Southern Daily Echo's Hampshire Business Magazine
The standalone publication - one the leading business titles for the county - features a story with a picture of our employees before the start of the fundraiser at Waterlooville Golf Club.
The event was our most successful golf day so far with more than 70 players from property related firms across Hampshire, London and the South.
Greater emphasis on training of home grown talent, reduced VAT for energy efficient construction materials and more retirement home building are among the measures in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ manifesto for the general election.
IMechE has set out its blueprint for the sector as the leading political parties publish their own manifestos for the general election on June 8.
It outlines the priorities for action for the new Government with ‘practical, workable solutions’.
It's official: our Charity Golf Day was the best yet.
More than 70 players - the most so far - from property related firms across Hampshire, London and the South teed off in the event at Waterlooville Golf Club in aid of Rowan’s Hospice.
The fundraiser included 18 holes followed by a gala dinner, prizegiving and grand auction.
Our director Ian Lee, who organised the event with fellow director Lee Sergeant, said: "There was a mix of abilities but all of the players threw themselves into the day.
Today is your last chance to sign up to our biggest and best charity golf day so far.
There is just one day to go until the fundraising extravaganza at Waterlooville Golf Club tomorrow in aid of Rowan’s Hospice.
Nearly 100 players are set to tee off in the event, now established as one of the premier golf days of its kind in the South.
We’re aiming to raise £10,000 to refurbish one of 19 specialist in-patient rooms at the hospice.
Do you want to network with 100 property professionals AND raise money for a very worthy cause at the same time?
We're just five weeks away from our Charity Golf Day in aid of Rowan's Hospice, which is being held at Waterlooville Golf Club on Thursday April 27.
The Portsmouth News has today carried a story about the fundraiser in its Homes supplement, which is the definitive property guide in the Portsmouth and Hampshire area.