Acivico News

  • 10th FebruaryPosted by LucyCross

    Acivico colleagues have taken the opportunity during the month of January to regift unused Christmas goodies to Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid (BASWA) to support women escaping domestic violence to make a new start early in 2016. 

    Donations including quality surplus or unwanted items such...

  • 2nd FebruaryPosted by LucyCross

    A recent edition of the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) members newsletter 'Outlook' hailed the Acivico relationship with Liverpool as a "fantastic" example of fostering cross authority collaborative working.

    The recent arrangement which is part of the core cities’ partnership is an...

  • 26th JanuaryPosted by LucyCross

    After a robust review and consultation process, we are pleased to announce that our new improved website launched right on target on Friday 29th January 2016. 

    We are delighted to share with you our new modern, commercial, easy to use window to the world which offers more ways of contacting us, an...

  • 20th JanuaryPosted by LucyCross

    Constructing West Midlands framework contractor Morgan Sindall had a ground breaking ceremony this month to celebrate the beginning of works on the new Pines Special Educational Needs School in Marsh Hill Birmingham.

    The Pines School project comprises a £6.9 million refurbishment of the derelict Josiah Mason College and Canavan building and is due...

  • 20th JanuaryPosted by LucyCross

    A recent flagship Acivico project at Billesley Primary School in Birmingham saw Constructing West Midlands framework contractor Thomas Vale taking the children to new heights by recreating an iconic American construction image 'lunch atop a skyscraper'. 

    The original picture, taken in 1932, featured workers...

  • 15th JanuaryPosted by LucyCross

    On Thursday 14th January Acivico colleagues joined in the celebrations at the official opening ceremony of the very popular Stirchley baths development which saw the Grade II Listed Edwardian swimming baths saved and restored as a new community hub.

    Proceedings included building tours, performances by regular building users Birmingham Opera...

  • 15th JanuaryPosted by LucyCross

    Acivico confirmed supplier to Birmingham's new National College for High Speed Rail (NCHSR) building in 40mil announcement.

    On 14th January 2016 funding was confirmed for the new National College for High Speed Rail campus and headquarters in Birmingham and Doncaster. The Birmingham college will...

  • 30th DecemberPosted by SusanAlexander

    Acivico is looking for a new chair of the board of directors, and are seeking an inspirational and dynamic business leader who has experience of working in the public and commercial sectors, with the right skills and values to drive the business forward and help deliver growth. The role will involve building on Acivico’s existing client relationships,...