Work to extend a City of York Council sheltered accommodation scheme is progressing well with a ‘topping out’ ceremony for the two bungalows which residents will move into later this summer.
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Chris Birch, Chairman of William Birch, has announced from November 1st 2016 that Simon Potter and Gemma Shahjahan have joined the Board of Directors as Construction Director and Business Development Director respectively.
Work to extend a City of York Council sheltered accommodation scheme is starting to deliver a £4 million investment to increase and further improve care services for older people.
The £4.1 million project to extend a sheltered housing centre has begun in York.
William Birch has a long history of employing and developing apprentices and is delighted to have been awarded the ‘York Small Employer 2015’ at the York Apprenticeship Awards.
William Birch has commenced construction work at Askham Bryan College
As part of the ongoing fundraising for St Leonard’s Hospice in York, William Birch & Sons Ltd, held the 2015 Arnold Birch Charity Golf Day at Forest Park Golf Club, Stockton on Forest
Two teams at William Birch battled it out at this years Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon held in York on Sunday 11th October.
Fulford School students are getting useful hands-on experience of the design and building progress of their new sports hall and classrooms, being carried out by York’s William Birch & Sons Limited (WBSL).
William Birch and Sons Ltd have been awarded the contract for the re-development of York Theatre Royal which will see a major transformation of the front of house areas and auditorium in 2015.
Grade 1 Listed Country House is fully protected with vast temporary roof
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.