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We’re proud to support the Mental Health Foundation during Mental Health Awareness Week. This year’s theme, ‘movement: moving more for our mental health’ highlights the crucial role physical activity plays in maintaining mental well-being. According to research by the Mental Health Foundation, more than a third of UK adults find it challenging to find the[…]

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We are pleased to announce our involvement as Quantity Surveyor and CDM consultant on the Kingsway to the Sea project for Brighton & Hove City Council! Due for completion in December 2024, Kingsway to the Sea is an exciting regeneration project aiming to transform the underused and derelict areas along Hove Seafront between King Alfred[…]

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We’re proud to share that William Armstrong has been promoted to Director. Will oversees CDM, Health and Safety, Fire and Building Safety across all five offices. With a comprehensive background in project risk management and compliance, Will specialises in Principal Designer/CDM services and Health and Safety consultancy for Principal Contractors, Local Authorities and Housing Associations[…]

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After decades of dedicated service, our esteemed Managing Director, Simon Daniels, is stepping into a new role as Chairman as he embarks on a well-deserved retirement journey. Simon has been an integral part of the company since joining in 1983, helping to shape Potter Raper into what it is today. We’re thrilled to announce that[…]

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We will be in Brighton for the CIH ‘Housing Brighton 2024’ conference from the 8th – 9th May! If you’re attending and want to connect, drop a message to any of our team members: Robert Humphrey, Nicola Tilbury, Claire Flowers, Sandra Worth, Mitzi Wells, Luke Loveridge, Alex Johnson, James McCay, Tom Poulton, Simona Nica or[…]

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We’re attending UKREiiF next month! Get in touch if you would like to meet up with any of our team members: Robert Humphrey, Aaron Baker, Nicola Tilbury, Gareth Howell, Sandra Worth, Claire Flowers, Joe Parker, Michael Bull, Matt Gregory or Aaron Freeman. As a multi-discipline construction consultancy with over 50 years’ experience in the construction industry, we[…]

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Meet Claire Flowers, our new Partnerships Director! With over 20 years of experience, Claire specialises in creating effective partnerships, supporting clients to establish, execute, and achieve results through successful collaborations. Claire’s expertise enables her to assist clients in exploring various delivery routes and implementing them successfully. One of Claire’s notable achievements is the success of[…]

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Looking for sustainable guidance and solutions for your construction projects? Our dedicated sustainability team are ready to assist you at every RIBA stage, ensuring your project seamlessly aligns with environmental requirements. Our approach involves maintaining a careful balance across the three pillars of sustainability: environmental, economic, and social. We provide comprehensive support at all project[…]

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We are pleased to announce the practical completion of the Next Extension project in Rotherham. This transformative project has significantly expanded Next’s distribution warehouse at Brookfield Park by an impressive 18,895m², towering to a height of 20 meters and offering 492 parking spaces. Collaborating closely with clients Legal & General Real Assets and Next, we[…]

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We had a great evening at the G4C in Sussex event last week! For those who may be wondering, G4C stands for Generation 4 Change, a subsidiary of Constructing Excellence for the next generation. It provides young professionals in the UK built environment industry with a place to network, challenge, share ideas, and opportunities to[…]

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We attended the Topping Out Ceremony at Patmore Street! The Patmore Street project is being delivered as part of ‘Homes for Wandsworth’ initiative. The project will include 57 new council rent homes, a community room, bicycle parking, enhanced landscaping, and a multi-use games area. The project is being built on an existing council-owned site. We[…]

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