Get a helping hand from H&F Council winning lucrative construction contracts

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Chris Scanney of Nu Electrics (centre) with his electricians John White (left) and Ashley Davies (right)

Are you in construction? Looking to land that first big contract? Then come down to H&F Brill Bizz Supply Chain’s latest Meet the Buyer show on Thursday 31 May.

The free business support event at the Lilla Huset Professional Centre, from 8.30am-1.30pm, will give you the chance to meet one-on-one with companies working on developments in H&F.

H&F Brill Bizz Supply Chain is the council’s new business support programme that makes it easier for small and medium-sized firms to win huge work contracts in the borough.

The latest business to reap the rewards of the H&F scheme were Nu Electrics – a small electrical company based in Hammersmith – who recently won a substantial six-figure refurbishment contract with Westfield London shopping centre in Shepherds Bush.

Meet the Buyer event

Buyers at the upcoming event are looking for the following trades and services:

St George want bricklayers, carpentry, dry lining, scaffolding, tiling, waste management and catering for the second phase of Sovereign Court.

Wates need all trades for works on the new Hammersmith and Fulham police station.

Westfield are looking for auto & manual door maintenance, acoustic equipment and monitoring, smoke curtains, shutters & dampers, MEWP maintenance, fire extinguisher servicing, kitchen extract cleaning and metalwork fabrication.

St James need catering, ceramics & stone, cleaning, groundwork, landscaping, metalwork, building repair & maintenance and garden maintenance at the White City Living development.

Regal Homes require cleaning, wood flooring, glazing & mirrors, signage, tiling, tree surgery, window cleaning and decorating for a residential development in Sinclair Road.

Mount Anvil need carpentry & joinery, flooring, decorating, signage, metalwork and builders work to fit out the new Riverside Studios Art Centre.

Mitie are looking for general builders, fire protection, tiling, mechanical & electrical contractors, metalwork, acoustic consultants, timber and builders merchants to help maintain the council’s social housing stock.

For more details, email: HFBB@mtwconsultants.co.uk.

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