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  • SJCC Awards 9th May 2019- Seamans Building attended the Suffolk Joint Construction Committee Awards on the 9th May 2019.  With 2 entries in the running for an award, Seamans  were delighted to receive winning awards for both! Firstly, Seamans picked up the Winners Award for Best New Build - Large Scheme, for the 14 Almshouses, Framlingham completed earlier this year. This… Continue Reading
  • ISO 45001:2018 Accreditation- 30/04/2019 Continuous Registration to ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 incl SSIP We are delighted to announce Seamans Building has recently achieved further ISO accreditation 45001:2018.  This Occupational Health & Safety standard has been developed to provide employee safety, reduce workplace risks creating safer working conditions for business all over the world.  Integrated into our company's existing management… Continue Reading
  • Construction Commences at Elm Farm Park- 05/03/2019 Starting to take some shape now with cladding being installed.             06/02/2019 The roofing being installed by our own team here at Seamans Building.           17/01/2019 With the steel frame complete, a crane lifts concrete beams into place ready to accommodate the pre-cast floor.    … Continue Reading
  • A Hybrid Future for Seamans Building- We are pleased to have recently installed 2 Electric car charging points to the front of our Head office here at Elm Farm Park. Seamans currently have 2 Hybrid cars within our fleet which require this facility, and we offer it to any guest who wishes to ‘top up’ on their visit to Seamans Building.… Continue Reading
  • Sod Cutting Ceremony – Elm Farm Park Commercial Units Scheme- Above: Sod Cutting Ceremony taking place. Left to right: Ben Whatling (Project Manager), Darryl Long (Finance Director), Duncan Haydon (Client), Steven Reason (Estimating Director) and Glenn King (Project Co-ordinator). Construction of the first phase of the Elm Farm Park Commercial Units B1 Scheme is set to begin later this month, after successfully obtaining Planning Permission… Continue Reading
  • Medieval Gate House undergoes Restoration-                     In the grounds of a Medieval Manor House in Norfolk stands this 2-storey derelict brick Gatehouse. The Gatehouse dates from 1570 and includes a Coat of Arms, terracotta columns, windows to the first floor and a stone plaque in the gable head. Works included new… Continue Reading
  • The Mills Charity – New Almshouses, Framlingham- We are proud to have completed to an exceptional standard 14 new Almshouses in Mills Crescent, Vyces Road, Framlingham for the Mills Trust.  These Almshouses are the first to be built in the town for many years and are specifically intended for young families in need. The development compromises 4 one bed flats and 10 three bed houses,… Continue Reading
  • NFB Heritage Group Event 2018- Estimating Director Steve Reason, Seamans Building,  was a keynote speaker at the NFB Heritage Group Event on Wednesday 7 March 2018. His detailed presentation showcasing the extensive range of traditional skills Seamans Building offer and the works undertaken on the Grade 1 Listed Cupola House in Bury St. Edmunds was a huge success. Grade 1 Listed… Continue Reading
  • Seamans Building renovation- a sense of place- Inspired by its history and beautiful country setting, The Engine House is now a welcoming retreat. Based in Suffolk award-wining Seamans Building have an eye for style and craftsmanship; developing a wealth of properties throughout East Anglia and the home counties, from conservation projects to extensions and new builds, they are one of our local… Continue Reading
  • Seamans Building shortlisted for national NFB award- We are delighted to be shortlisted to receive an award from the National Federation of Builders (NFB). The NFB Awards 2018 celebrate the high-quality work and commitment delivered by members across England and Wales. The awards also reflect the dynamic nature of the construction industry and the excellent standards upheld by NFB members. Seamans Building… Continue Reading