Telford Finishes on Schedule

Lethaby & Cook have just finished this project in Telford. We worked closely with the directors and site foreman, supplying the 12 electricians and improvers on this project. The first and second fix electrical fit-out of seven floors was carried out over 9 months and handed over on time. Our client was delighted with effort

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Leatherhead & Oxford Underway

One of our key refurbishment clients is keeping us on our toes and we are now in a position where we are supplying four separate projects for them. Office fit-outs in Leatherhead and Oxford have now commenced and we are keeping up with demand. Pay rates in some organisations have inflated grossly in recent months,

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Civil and Structures Update

We are pleased to report civil and structural recruitment activity has continued to increase since the start of 2021. Head of division, Paul Cook, has concluded search assignments to locate senior engineering managers and technical leads with clients from the contracting, consulting, insurance, and forensic sectors during this period. Whilst there remains some understandable nervousness

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Office Fit-Out – Brighton

Lethaby and Cook have commenced a small project in Brighton, working with the same client we are supplying in Telford. We are providing one of our regular Sussex based electricians who will be undertaking first & second fix installations in a shop and flats that are being converted into offices.

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New Project – Thames Court

L&C have picked up a small project in South London with one of our key clients. We are supplying one of our longest serving regulars on the project, which is a CAT A office fit-out. The project is set to last 8 weeks and is the 4th project we have undertaken with this client in

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News Update from Lethaby & Cook

The first period of the new year has been steady for Lethaby & Cook, with a surprising number of new M&E projects commencing, especially in the office refurbishment sector. In general, with COVID-19 restrictions still in place, the market remains volatile, with many projects delayed or cancelled. This may cause a mini post-Covid boom in

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