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Posted on Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Hope you’re all fit and well, what an absolute terrible start to the year we’ve all had, we hope you’re on track to getting back to some kind of normality.

With a lot of guidance and safety measures put into place, Tricon have been fortunate to have been able to work through the lockdown period both in the office and on site.

On site we adhered to the safety procedures laid down by the main contractors, and the advice from the Government and the Construction Leadership Council.

We have a well ventilated office, each employee has their own 2 metre space, some employees decided to work from home, we carry out regular risk assessments, had training in Covid-19 Pandemic Awareness Course, installed sanitising stations, changed our taps to automatic, and keeping both office and site staff completely up to date with news and updates.

We are looking forward to the future, and hopeful the Construction Industry will get back to normal, and wish you luck for the future.

58 Extra Care Apartments, Raikes Road, Skipton

Posted on Monday, June 15th, 2020

We are delighted to have been awarded the Mechanical and Electrical Installation works, working alongside The Casey Group.

The Client is Housing 21, and is a leading not-for-profit provider of Retirement Housing and Extra Care for older people of modest means.

They operate in nearly 200 local authority areas, managing around 20,000 retirement and extra care living properties and providing over 42,000 hours of social care each week.

This Project will run alongside the New 60 bed care home we are currently working on at Cookridge in Leeds for the same client.

The project is for 26 No. one bedroom apartments, and 32 No. two bedroom apartments and all communal areas for sale, rent and shared ownership.

Our Mechanical and Electrical Installation works include – earthing & bonding, containment, Internal, external & emergency lighting, small power, fire alarm, telephone & data cabling, TV distribution system, warden call & access control, lightning protection, induction loop systems, mechanical services wiring, CCTV, automatic opening ventilators, IT & Data Cabinet, electric vehicle chargers, heating, domestic hot & cold water, incoming gas and water services, above ground drainage, comms room cooling, controls, ventilation, sanitaryware, thermal insulation, dry riser, sprinkler system, water treatment & chlorination, testing & commissioning.

Work to commence June 2020.

Regents Terrace & Hedley Chase, Leeds – For St. Georges Crypt

Posted on Monday, June 8th, 2020

We continue our strong relationship with Vistry Partnerships by securing the electrical and mechanical installation works at both Regents Terrace and Hedley Chase.

St. Georges Crypt are a charity in the City of Leeds, working with the homeless, the vulnerable and those suffering from addiction.

Regents House is a home for alcohol dependent gentlemen. The 24/7 staff support the residents and allows for a tailored support plan to enable the residents to move to appropriate tenancies and become self-sufficient. Regent House works in close partnership with various agencies across Leeds to deliver the support required for this group of people.

The old home at Regent Terrace has been demolished and rebuilt into 14 self-contained flats. This positive experience of self-reliance in their own flat, coupled with the onsite member of staff to support and help in any way will make it easier for the residents to cope with life in their own tenancy once they are ready to move on.

Works commenced January 2019 and completed September 2019.

The project won Architects Brewster Bye and Vistry Partnerships the residential award in Yorkshire and Humber in the RICS Social Impact Awards.

After the success of Regents Terrace, we are now on site at Hedley Chase, this project consists of 24 No. 1 and 2 bedroom self-contained apartments and benefit from the provision of communal facilities, office, workshop and landscaped grounds will provide private outside space for residents to enjoy.

The site is part of the St. George’s Crypt initiative to provide good quality housing across the City of Leeds.

Works commence June 2020.

Our electrical and mechanical installation works for both Projects include – LV distribution, small power, internal, external and emergency lighting, fire alarm, CCTV, data wiring, door access control, lightning protection, photovoltaic installation, television, telephone wiring, hot & cold water services, new water supplies, ventilation, sanitaryware, thermal insulation, chlorination and above ground drainage, heat pump, radiators and showers.

News from the Health and Safety Executive

Worker injured after being struck by fencing panels

Monday July 9th, 2018 04:02:11 PM

A security fencing manufacturing company has been fined after a worker sustained significant injuries on site.

Director jailed after Hoddesdon explosion led to death of two brothers

Monday July 9th, 2018 03:44:35 PM

Simon Thomerson has been sentenced to 8 months in custody after pleading guilty to a health and safety breach that resulted in the death of two brothers.

Speciality Gas company fined after employee overcome by fumes

Friday July 6th, 2018 01:51:37 PM

A Speciality Gas Company from the Midlands has been fined after an employee was overcome by vapour whilst disposing of redundant gas bottles.

Manufacturing company fined after worker suffers crush injuries

Friday July 6th, 2018 09:52:26 AM

A company which manufactures wooden trusses has been fined after a worker sustained crush injuries.

Manufacturing company fined after worker suffers crush injuries

Friday July 6th, 2018 09:52:26 AM

A company which manufactures wooden trusses has been fined after a worker sustained crush injuries.

HSE releases annual workplace fatality figures

Wednesday July 4th, 2018 08:30:17 AM

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has today released its annual figures for work-related fatal injuries for 2017/18, as well as the number of people known to have died from the asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma, in 2016.