William Birch & Sons Birch, the Yorkshire construction company, has had a fantastic year in Harrogate. Completion has taken place on two major projects valued together at over £5M. Both will be great assets for the people of Harrogate and surrounding area.
After years of deliberation and detailed discussion, Leeds planners have given the go ahead to undertake the internal re-ordering of St Chads Church at Headingley.
Four very different awards have been received recently as a result of the efforts of William Birch & Sons and its employees.
York-based developer William Birch & Sons has just handed over its new flagship building to NHS Kirklees at Bradley, Huddersfield.
Yorkshire based construction company, William Birch & Sons Leeds Office has completed work on the UK’s first School of Artisan Food in a beautiful 200-year-old Grade II listed building on the private Welbeck Estate in North Nottinghamshire.
York builder, William Birch & Sons, has continued its recent run of contract wins with a £3.4 million, 80-week contract to refurbish and extend Harrogate’s Carnegie Library for North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC).
William Birch is hatching a £3 million incubator development of specialised units in North Yorkshire for new and young businesses involved in secondary food production.
The companies responsible for building a life-saving children’s unit at York District Hospital, funded out of a successful £300,000 Guardian Angels appeal run by The Press in association with York Hospitals NHS Trust, have raised a further £1500 towards new equipment for the unit.
What started life as an old reservoir in the middle of Sheffield, filled with brick rubble from World War 2 bombings, has become one of the most advanced facilities for studying the effects of climate change in the country.
William Birch & Sons has been awarded a certificate of excellence by the Concrete Society for its refurbishment work on the only church in Britain built entirely from reinforced concrete.
The Round Foundry and Water Lane, both in Leeds, have two claims to fame – firstly as the birthplace of the city’s Industrial Revolution, and secondly as the inspiration for Holbeck Urban Village, an exciting regeneration scheme that is helping to shape Leeds’ future.
York-based William Birch & Sons has been given top marks by local pupils for completing a £300,000 refit at their Victorian school in textbook style.
William Birch & Sons is celebrating finishing work on one of the largest - and most complex - park restoration schemes undertaken in Yorkshire .
A six-month secondment has given a York bricklayer the chance of a lifetime to work on one the most iconic buildings in his home city.