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Greendale shortlisted for 2 Building Safety Group awards for Shire Hall

We are delighted to announce that Greendale has been shortlisted for two awards in the upcoming Building Safety Group (BSG) Health and Safety Awards in relation to our work at Shire Hall, Dorchester, in the following categories:

BSG Project Award for outstanding ‘Health and Safety in Planning and Design’

BSG Site Manager of the Year: South West region – Simon Copping.

The fourth annual BSG Health & Safety Awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday November 7th at the Williams F1 Conference Centre in Grove, Oxfordshire.

The Building Safety Group is the UK’s largest construction safety group for Health, Safety and Environmental advice. A ‘not for profit organisation’ with over fifty years’ experience of providing specialist consultancy services for its members throughout the country, the Group carries out over 30,000 site inspections every year.

Greendale announced as finalists in the Dorset Business Awards 2018

We are thrilled to be finalists in the Dorset Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Dorset Business Awards in the Developing Talent category.

The Developing Talent Award, celebrates employers who are applying innovation to attract, develop and retain its people. At Greendale we have always prided ourselves on the many ways we help encourage people into the construction industry and support their career progression; both through financing courses, higher and further eduction sponsorship, and through one to one mentoring with our highly experienced and talented employees.

We don’t just consider ourselves a business; Greendale is a family, passing on our knowledge and experience to help build strong and secure careers and lives to the next generation and beyond.

Greendale returns to Poole Methodist Church to continue the Sea Change Project; ‘The Spire.’

Update: 15/10/18

Work continues at The Spire and we can see the the wonderful new worship area taking shape and the new windows looking truly stunning.


Update: 28/09/18


Fantastic to see the stunning building now the scaffolding has been removed.


Contract at The Spire commences

We recently returned to The Spire in Poole High Street where we are commencing phase 3 of the Poole Methodists’ development, ‘Sea Change.’



The Sea Change project has seen the Poole town centre church transformed into a community hub where local charities and organisations can work together with the church to provide facilities and services for those in need.

Having commenced the latest works on 14 May, we will be working on the main worship area of the original church above the phase 1 works completed in 2016.  Insulation, plastering, acoustic panelling, carpentry works and electrical and mechanical services will be carried out.  There will also be a complete fit-out of the first floor to the new extension we previously built during phase 2, which will involve partitioning, M&E services, plumbing, carpentry works and a lift installation.

This is a project which benefits the whole community, and we are working with a live building below us that is in full use all the time, so had to instal a large birdcage scaffold to access the high-level works in the worship area.  The scaffold is approximately 6 metres high and has some 400 scaffold boards.  Although logistically this is a tricky contract at times, due to the prominent and central location, Greendale site manager, Pete Marks, says, “it’s nothing Greendale is not used to, and we look forward to completing in early December.”





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