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At Thomas Armstrong we are rake pride in the work we undertake every day. This section highlights the work we successfully complete as well as recognising our achievements, awards and community work. Click on the 'Read More' link to view and read the article in full.

February 4, 2021
Precast Concrete
ACP (Concrete) Ltd Launches New Website

ACP (Concrete) Ltd, a subsidiary of Thomas Armstrong Group, are excited to announce the launch of our new websitewww.thomasarmstrongacpconcrete.co.uk.The complete redesign of our website sees a new contemporary and professional look with new and improved functionality.

Throughout the process our key focus was to ensure that our customers were always at the forefront of this redesign, to ensure all our products and services are clearly highlighted and to improve access to our expertise, knowledge and experience. Our new website also sees an introduction of a New Solutions Section in order to provide guidance across various sectors to help our customers build their next project.

Take a look at our new website and let us help to build your next project! We are excited to announce the launch of our new website www.thomasarmstrongacpconcrete.co.uk. The complete redesign of our website sees a new contemporary and professional look with new and improved functionality.

Throughout the process our key focus was to ensure that our customers were always at the forefront of this redesign, to ensure all our products and services are clearly highlighted and to improve access to our expertise, knowledge and experience. Our new website also sees an introduction of a New Solutions Section in order to provide guidance across various sectors to help our customers build their next project.

Take a look at our new website and let us help to build your next project!

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January 18, 2021
Construction
IN THE NEWS: Redevelopment continues at iconic Keswick Pencil Factory site

Renovations of a major Cumbrian site are currently underway, as the first stage of redevelopment continues to go well.

Work on both the inside and outside of the former Pencil Factory in Keswick began in November, with Keswick Ministries – which owns the site – looking to install toilets, meeting rooms, two large multi-use spaces and reception on the ground floor.

Power and heating is also being installed throughout the building.

A £1.9million contract was awarded to Cumbrian firm Thomas Armstrong for this work, which is Phase One of the major revamp of the iconic former factory...

Source: Times & Star Read more on the article, click here

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December 20, 2020
Construction
Retirement Senior Estimator after 34 years

Today saw the retirement of Construction Department Senior Estimator Roger Pritchett after 34 years service with the company.  Over his time at Thomas Armstrong, Roger has carried out many roles very successfully and they include Site Manager, Surfacing Manager, Design Co-ordinator, Programmer etc. before spending his last 12 years working in the Estimating Department.

The photo was taken from his presentation where Roger is flanked either side by our MD David Atkinson and on his left and Estimating Director Steve Park on his right, he was presented with a cheque from the company and also a collection and vouchers etc. from his work colleagues.

Roger will be a big miss to the company but he is going to spend a lot of his newly acquired spare time trying to reduce his golf handicap and also completing the remaining Wainwright walks still to do, with his wife Dot.

We wish him a long, happy and healthy retirement

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December 17, 2020
Group
Thomas Armstrong Support Hospice at Home West Cumbria

Thomas Armstrong once again took part in Hospice at Home West Cumbria Christmas Jumper Day and have raised £150. Well done everyone

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December 15, 2020
Group
Employees Support Samaritan’s Purse Christmas Shoe Box Appeal

Thomas Armstrong are extremely proud of our supportive and kind-hearted employees.  In November and December, our staff (plus families & friends) have come together to donate gifts, presents, games, toiletries and sweets towards the Samaritan’s Purse Christmas Shoe Box Appeal.

Everyone’s generosity has been overwhelming!

Our caring and thoughtful staff donated 17 boxes of goodies for under-privileged children (both boys and girls), ranging from 3 to 14 years old, which were taken and dropped off at St. Michael’s Church in Workington yesterday by the Head Office HR Team.

Thank you so much, you are all shining stars and will make a huge difference to a child’s Christmas Day !

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