ECS are pleased to announce that they are set to review the remodelling of specific areas at Audenshaw High School, as well as producing the mechanical and electrical detailed design. This success is based upon ECS’ long standing relationship with Tameside MBC and their delivery partners Robertson, as well as works contractor RMD Contracts.
As an alumni of the school, our director Daniel Clarke jumped at the chance to conduct the Stage 1 survey – a great opportunity to reminisce whilst surveying the mechanical and electrical systems!
Work is underway on on the Bewsey & Dallam Community Hub in Warrington. The design team comprises Walker Simpson Architects, ECS Consultants and MDA Wirral Structural Engineers.
The £3.25m facility forms part of Warrington Council’s wider regeneration plans for the area, and is due to open in summer 2020.
The dementia-friendly hub will be around 9,600 sq ft across three storeys. The ground floor features a learner/hydro-therapy pool, changing rooms, social area, digital wellbeing suite, community room and a small library.
Plans will also be developed to provide a range of activities for the wider community. The hub is being delivered by Warrington & Co through combined capital investment from Warrington Council, Sport England, the Better Care Fund and Torus.
ECS Consultants are delighted to announce that we have secured a place on the Fusion 21 Framework.
Specialising in the construction, property and built environment, Fusion21 offers a range of national procurement services designed to bring greater efficiencies, value for money and social value to public sector work programmes.
Tailored to specific UK regions, the framework offers 10 lots and covers a range of construction related consultancy services including surveying, stock monitoring and appraisal, environmental, architectural, engineering, project management and multi disciplinary works.
Our award follows rigorous assessments to ensure suppliers are held to the highest cost and quality standards.
Fusion21 provides procurement services and OJEU compliant frameworks to the public sector, and is committed to making a difference in communities across the UK. To date the firm has saved its members more than £147 million through the procurement process, created more than 4,000 jobs and generated £66 million of community impact.
ECS have been commissioned by Manx National Heritage on an exciting project to develop a new TT and Motorsport Gallery at the Manx Museum in Douglas, Isle of Man.
The TT story, its heritage, and its impact on the Island is now a fundamental part of the culture of the Isle of Man. The planned Gallery will be as much about the social and cultural impacts of the TT and the people who race it, watch it, marshal it and support it. It will be about people – NOT just the machines.
Manx National Heritage has been actively collecting a range of TT and motorsport material for at least 20 years. These collections range from oral history interviews with fans to armbands worn by volunteer marshals. The new gallery will weave personal stories using the collections against a backdrop of film and sound.