Hard hats on! 

We’ve been entrusted by our client to plan and deliver an extensive refurbishment to the Arts & Social Studies Library. We will be sympathetically upgrading building services, floor finishes, decorations and external areas of this modernist building. 

The library contains a substantial quantity of books, reference materials, archives and special collections and we’re ready to deliver an exceptional quality product for this repeat business Client. 

We are delighted to announce that Bray & Slaughter has been awarded the public realm enhancement works at Kings Chase Shopping Centre in Kingswood, South Gloucestershire. 

This much needed project will include façade improvements, redecoration, street furniture and new kiosks providing a boost to the local economy.

Farewell and best of luck to our amazing work experience Quantity Surveyor intern from the University of the West of England.

Alex has been a valuable asset to the team and his hard work and enthusiasm were clear to see from Day 1. 

We are sad to see him go, but excited to see what the future holds for this bright mind!

Best of luck in your studies Alex it was great to meet you!

Delighted to announce that we have received our 8th consecutive The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) gold award. Testament to the diligence of our teams in the operation and safe delivery of our projects.

By earning a RoSPA Award, we not only receive recognition for our accomplishments but also become part of a legacy that values dedication to high safety standards, the well-being of individuals, and signifies a commitment to excellence.

This week we have been busy with attending schools to carry out activities to help students explore their dream jobs.

We believe in sparking passion early on and empowering young minds to discover their potential.

That is why we took a trip to Oasis Brightstowe Academy in Bristol to meet a group of Year 10 students to provide mock interview training. It was lovely to meet the students who communicated so well whilst sharing their story and doing so with a great deal of confidence.

These mock interviews provided the students with;

·      Invaluable experience and feedback on their interview skills
·      A chance to learn about different career paths in construction
·      Increased confidence and preparedness for future interviews

Thank you to Melanie Powell at Oasis Brightstowe Academy for a well organised event, your students are a true credit to you.

A proud moment for our team, who were in attendance to witness the opening of Castle Mead Primary Schools SEN extension. A project which saw us work through RIBA design stages 1-5 to deliver a highly sustainable, nzc in operation classroom block, providing a high quality teaching and learning space for upto 60 pupils.

To mark the occasion the school arranged for an official opening by the Mayor of Trowbridge Council, Councillor Stephen Cooper. It was a delight to see the Year 8 pupils in attendance and engaged in the opening ceremony with the cutting of the ribbon. Letters from the pupils were handed to the Mayor, before insertion into a time capsule, offering a fantastic opportunity for pupils from the year 3000 to get a glimpse of what life was like in 2024! It is also a reminder of the hard work and dedication that went into this project and the impact it will have on the school community.

We hope you enjoy your new facility!

Proud to continue our working relationship with the Royal United Hospital Bath, following award of a number of time sensitive refurbishments across the site.

The project will improve both the working environment for healthcare professionals and the in patient experience.

What a brilliant day we had at the Oasis John Williams Academy Speed Networking Event organised by Bristol Works.

Bray & Slaughter and several other local organisations met with over 150 students for a full day of learning about the full extent of the roles available within various industries.

All of the Year 9 students did so well in preparing for the event and ensuring they gathered as much information as was available to support their future plans post education.

We want to express our sincere gratitude to the School for welcoming our support in enriching their curriculum. Their innovative approach to education is truly inspiring.

We look forward to exploring further opportunities to support the Schools efforts to provide exceptional learning experiences for its students.