The newly-refurbished Explore York Library and Archive opens today following a £2 million pound revamp.
A giant 'gold box' to house the City of York's most precious historic documents will be craned into place at York Explore this week.
City of York Council has named William Birch & Sons Ltd of Osbaldwick as the preferred bidder for the £1.6m contract to build a new city archive at York Explore.
Representatives from the council, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and William Birch & Sons Limited have cut the ribbon on the first phase of a multi-million-pound project to restore Sewerby Hall to its heyday of 1900.
William Birch has been put centre stage in the redevelopment of a Harrogate school’s main hall and has been appointed by Ashville College, to undertake the £2.25 million transformation of its Soothill Hall into one of the finest, mid-size auditoriums in the Harrogate District.
The University of York is celebrating its 50th year with a calendar of events planned.
William Birch has been awarded the contract to restore one of East Yorkshire’s most historic stately homes, Sewerby Hall and Gardens. The project aims to restore the Grade I Listed hall to how it would have been in the year 1900.
William Birch has secured two new projects for the City of York Council under the YORbuild framework.
William Birch & Sons Ltd has been busy since June last year re-starting work on the restoration works to the historic stable block at the popular Yorkshire visitor attraction, Nostell Priory near Wakefield, owned by the National Trust. The team are working hard to complete the works ready for the busy summer months at the popular tourist attraction.
Two of the Company’s sites have recently achieved an amazing score of 37 out of 40 under the Considerate Constructor Scheme.
The new extension to the Temple Bank medical research facility at Bradford Royal Infirmary has been nominated for an award by Bradford Council.
THE official start of a £2 million refurbishment of York’s Barbican Centre has been hailed as a “fantastic day” for the city.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall has visited the prestigious Artisan Bakery that William Birch converted from a motor yard into the UK’s first School of Artisan Food.