Acivico News

  • 8th MarchPosted by DawnDavies

    7th March 2019

    Acivico are delighted to announce two of our contracts have been shortlisted for the 2019 West Midlands Celebrating Construction awards. The recently completed Washwood Academy has been recognised...

  • 8th MarchPosted by DawnDavies

    8th March 2018

    Straight Talking – An interview with Susan Thomas, Senior Project Manager, Acivico Ltd

    To celebrate National Women’s Day today, Susan Thomas, Acivico’s Senior Project Manager provides an insight to her construction career. At Acivico, Susan is responsible...

  • 5th MarchPosted by DawnDavies

    5th March 2019

    Youngsters at West Heath Primary School in Birmingham have stepped foot into their brand new, modern school, after work was completed on a two-storey building on the site of the existing school.

    The project has been delivered thanks to the partnership between Acivico, Wolverhampton-based architect, Tweedale, and contractor, Balfour...

  • 8th FebruaryPosted by DawnDavies

    Acivico are currently providing Project Management and Principal Designer Services for the £700k Grade II* listed refurbishment project at Highbury Hall in Birmingham.

    On Friday 8th February, Highbury will be featured on the ‘Great British Rail Journeys programme on BB2, at 6.30pm....

  • 7th FebruaryPosted by DawnDavies

    7th February

    Acivico Building Consultancy scores top marks for quality

    Building Consultancy eased through its annual quality systems surveillance audit in January, which enables continued ISO 9001:2015 accreditation. In addition to the existing scope, Building Consultancy have also engaged NQA to include our Approved Inspector service in assessments going forwards.

    The Audit report Executive summary documents;

    “...

  • 5th FebruaryPosted by DawnDavies

    5th February 2018

    Leafy milestone for Centenary Square

    The redevelopment of Birmingham’s Centenary Square reached a leafy milestone as work began to plant the first of the site’s trees.

    More than 50 trees will be planted over the next few months, including 17 Silver Birch, 12 Ginkgo, 12 Cherry and 12 Acer Rubrum...

  • 4th FebruaryPosted by DawnDavies

    4th February 2019

    Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy and the Hackitt review of building regulations and fire safety, both local authority building control (LABC) and approved inspectors will be required to demonstrate their competency in the area of fire safety. This important competency validation has been developed by LABC in association...

  • 29th JanuaryPosted by DawnDavies

    We are very excited to announce on Thursday 31st January, Acivico Ltd will be co-hosting the #BuildingBrum event “Into The Future” alongside RICS and RIBA. We will be joined by special guest, Neil Carney, Birmingham City Council Project Director for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Neil will be discussing upcoming developments and how they support the growth of the city and provide legacy opportunities.

  • 29th JanuaryPosted by DawnDavies

    29th January 2019

    Today marks the successful handover of the new facilities at Washwood Heath Academy back to the Washwood Heath Academy Trust. The facilities offer a two storey extension to accommodate a one form entry primary school at ground floor level and an additional seven secondary school classrooms at first floor level. The project has provided 14...

  • 17th JanuaryPosted by JackieMcShane

    Acivico Highly Rated in SGSA Audit

    Acivico are now externally audited on an annual basis by the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA). This is now an annual requirement for all local authorities with football clubs in their geographical area that are either in the Premiership or English Football Leagues. We provide this service on behalf of Birmingham City Council and Acivico were highly rated scoring 53 out of 55 in this independent assessment by SGSA. If you would like to...

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