Category Archives: News

ISO Certifications Renewed

We are very pleased to announce that HB Projects has been successful in the renewal of our management certifications for Health and Safety (ISO 45001), Environment (ISO 14001) and Quality (ISO 9001). The external audit was undertaken remotely by British Assessment Bureau across our Bradford, Livingston and Gatwick offices. Tabitha Grooby, Business Systems Manager, comments: […]

Meet the Team – Beckie Ellis

To kick off our new ‘Meet the Team’ feature and as our Gatwick office celebrates its fifth birthday, we catch up with Beckie Ellis, an original and constant member of the Gatwick team. Why did you choose construction as you career path? My route into construction was pretty unconventional.  I completed a Policing degree at […]

Covid-19 Signage Introduced to Sites

As we start to return to a small number of our essential projects, we are taking steps to ensure the working areas are as safe as they can be. We continue to work very closely with our clients and supply chain to ensure that we can work together, safely. To help with this we have […]

Setting the Gold Standard

We were delighted to have our dedication to safe and healthy working recognised with a Gold Award from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).  The Gold award is an improvement on the Silver Award received last year. Thanks to our Health & Safety team, Lynda Parkinson, Beckie Ellis, Emma McCuish and David […]

Commitment to CSR Recognised

HB Projects has been awarded a Silver medal as a recognition of our EcoVadis CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Rating. The Ecovadis certification is a requirement of Kingfisher, who own B&Q, to enable contractors to work on their sites. The Ecovadis team assessed our evidence of policies, documents and actions related to our management of the […]

Covid-19-Statement

HB Projects Ltd has always been committed to being responsible with a ‘People First’ approach to ensure we support Government guidelines throughout this pandemic As part of our Business Continuity Plan, an action group has been set up by our Board of Directors and Senior Leaders to monitor, review and implement daily the latest NHS […]

National Apprenticeship Week

Why did you choose to do an apprenticeship?  I always wanted to pursue a career in finance.  This opportunity presented the chance for me to learn and work at the same time…and to get some real hands on experience. What did you expect and has it been what you expected? Yes, as expected really.  There […]

National Apprenticeship Week

Why did you choose to do an apprenticeship? I chose to do an apprenticeship because I much prefer hands-on learning and wanted to escape the four walls of a class room. Also, my father completed an Apprenticeship and he encouraged me to follow the same path. What did you expect and has it been what […]

National Apprenticeship Week

Why did you choose to do an apprenticeship? I was not initially looking for an Apprenticeship, however once I saw this vacancy, I was keen to find out more. I was excited about being able to learn, work towards a qualification and also earn in my job. I feel that an Apprenticeship will improve my […]

National Apprenticeship Week

JORDAN PATON – PURCHASING ADMINISTRATOR Why did you choose to do an apprenticeship? I had previously worked for a national retailer, but there was little opportunity for personal development or career progression. I saw an Apprenticeship as a great opportunity to join a successful business, learn and develop new skills and earn a salary at […]