Full steam ahead with new projects

March 18, 2020 News

Despite the turmoil of COVID-19, we have had a very successful start to the year and continue to press on with projects. Just this week we have been awarded the following array of projects.

  • Extension to form five storey apartment block in Elephant & Castle
  • Large Basement for a domestic property in Stamford Hill
  • Structural survey of eight retail buildings in Denmark Hill as initial stage planning for large residential development
  • Demolition of existing warehouse and five garages, relocation of sewage treatment plant and erection of four houses with associated garden and parking in Suffolk
  • Type three Loft conversion and internal alterations for a domestic property in Tottenham
  • Structural inspection report for the provision of a Class Q planning application for 3No. agricultural buildings to be converted to residential properties in Lutterworth
  • Semi-submerged, two storey office block in North London
  • Temporary works design for groundworks in Wembley
  • Large steelwork grillage and roof frame design, and associated steelwork connection details for development in Edgeware

Daniel Staines, Managing Director of JMS said: “As a company, we have always embraced technology that enables us to work better.  We have a robust Business Continuity Plan in place that enables our staff with any COVID-19 symptoms to work from home, ensuring a seamless service for our clients. We will continue the momentum on all our projects, whilst supporting our clients”.

 

June 5, 2020 News

We are moving! JMS Reading gets a new office

With so much civil and structural development taking place in the Thames Valley and surrounding areas, it is the perfect time for JMS to announce their move to  a larger regional office in Reading, with old hands Graham Chapman and James Gillies heading up a capable and motivated expert team. Continue Reading
May 15, 2020 News

How the Construction and Engineering industry has adapted to the Covid-19 crisis

It has now been over eight weeks since restrictions on movement in the UK were put in place. Here we explore what effect these restrictions have had on the Construction and Engineering industry, and how it might influence how we work in the future. On 30th March, The Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy, issued a letter to everyone in the UK construction sector. It detailed that, while those who could work from home should, construction workers were ‘advised’ to continue to travel to their place of work - where safe to do so. Continue Reading
April 23, 2020 News

Breathing new life into Leicester waterfront as regeneration gets underway

A modern and contemporary three storey block of 28 new apartments on the banks of the river soar is reaching completion. Architecturally designed by Staniforth Architects of Leicester the scheme offers potential residents a desirable location overlooking the River Soar. Continue Reading