We are currently working on a new website which will launch shortly, this will incorporate
more information on our projects, staff and continued growth since acquiring Bridgewater
and Coulton in 2016.
We’re delighted to have ended our 30th year with a number of new and exciting projects
secured. This has been a fantastic year for the practice, with the Bridgewater and
Coulton team seamless joining us. We’re also delighted to have raised a significant
amount of money for our chosen charity SENSE.
We are delighted to announce that Greenwoods has recently finalised an agreement
to bring Bridgewater and Coulton into the Greenwood Group.
Bridgewater and Coulton are a Chartered QS practice, with offices in Worcester and
Coventry, established in 1935; and we are delighted to welcome their directors and
staff into the Greenwoods’ team.
Our Worcester office will be run jointly by Mike Harrison and Malcolm Knight, with
Coventry continuing to be run by Nigel Robinson. Bridgewater and Coulton projects
will gradually come under the Greenwoods’ banner as of October 2016, but the existing
team will remain unchanged and project delivery will be unaffected.
This growth in Greenwoods marks the end of a very exciting year for the practice,
with a number of new staff joining us, the opening of our London office in February
and the marking of our 30th Anniversary in August.
We’re delighted to announce the opening of our London office, led by Jeremy Stone.
We look forward to working with Clients old and new in London and the South East.
Huge congratulations to Alex Anderson, who has achieved his QS degree with a stunning
first, well done Alex.
We’ve ended 2015 on a high with our new senior team in place and Chris Goucher MRICS
appointed as QS director. We welcome Chris to the team and look forward to continued
growth in the practice in 2016.
Our project at Hadlow Tower in Kent has won its fifth award, being awarded Project
of the Year in the heritage category RICS south east awards. The project has already
won a Angel award. Congratulations to the Greenwoods team, and thanks to all at Vivat
Trust for their support of the practice. This fantastic building had a colourful
We are delighted to announce the opening of our Worcester office with a team led
by Mike Harrison. We have a number of major clients in the area and look forward
to working with them more closely in the coming months.
After months of hard work and anticipation, Greenwoods finally move to our new headquarters
in Lichfield City Centre. In the process we have restored a wonderful Victorian building
and given it a new lease of life. With high quality meeting facilities, on site parking
and modern open plan office space, the Greenwoods team are settling in to a fantastic
Our major Church restoration project in Birmingham makes the news!
Greenwoods celebrated our 25th anniversary in style with a well attended evening
at Chandlers Grand Brasserie in Lichfield. Well over a hundred Clients, staff and
industry colleagues were treated to excellent food and wine in a lovely atmosphere.
Thanks to Mike at Chandlers for an excellent evening.
HADLOW TOWER, KENT - Work has begun on site on this £4m restoration of a Victorian
nine storey folly in Kent. The project has been many years in coming for the Saving
Hadlow Tower Action Group, and thanks to Vivat Trust and the Heritage Lottery Fund
this unique building will now be converted to a community space and holiday accommodation.
Greenwoods are providing Project and Commercial Management and CDMC for Vivat.
Mike Harrison has joined the Greenwoods team as Associate Director, Mike is a very
experienced Commercial Manager and will based in our new Cheltenham Office
Dave Crump presented a cheque to The George Coller Memorial Fund for £778.00, which
was raised at Greenwoods annual quiz. This years event will be held on the 10th November
2011 at Aston Wood Golf Club, Sutton Coldfield.
Congratulations to all the Greenwoods team for passing our annual QA BSI audit with
flying colours - not a single non-conformaty! Well done all.
Welcome back to Debbie Crump as Marketing Director following a leave of absence to
look after her young family.