2019 feels already like a distant memory. We cast our minds back to when we spoke to a number of employees from across the business
Colorminium are delighted to have hosted it’s 5th Business Breakfast Event at Searcys at The Gherkin. It is a great opportunity to bring together key voices from industry leading architects, quantity surveyors, project managers, main contractors and clients; giving their thoughts and views around important issues that the market is facing.
The conference was marked by the attendance of notable industry leaders:
Recently completed for Main Contractor Kier, and working alongside award winning Architects Lifschutz Davidson Sandlands, Colorminium had detailed involvement in the development and assessment of various design options to assist in bringing this stunning project to fruition.
It is amazing to see how far we have come since our All Staff Event in January. In reflection Monday 7th January bought with it an excellent Kick Off Strategic Event, held at The Queen Olympic Park, London Stadium.
We were joined by The Speaker with the Orange Tie, Steve Beckles-Ebusua for a fun filled, engaging and interactive keynote session.
It is evident that the team are still raring to move forward with tenacity and verve in the coming year.
2018 feels already like a distant memory. As we cast our minds back to when we spoke to a number of employees from across the organisation to hear them describe the year in their own words.
Listen to our people talking about the challenges we faced, the opportunities we have and how the company is made up of great people, all living by the same set of values, sharing a common purpose, objective and goals.
With the completion of the new Emily Wilding Davison Library building at the Royal Holloway University London a now distant past, it seemed an appropriate time to cast our minds back to the success of this landmark project.
Take some time to watch and listen to Paul Layzell – the Principal of the University, as he shares his views on the project and how selecting the right partners to build the project was essential to its success.
With January already come and gone, 2017 feels like a distant memory. We thought we would speak to a number of employees from across the organisation to hear them describe 2017.
Take some time out to listen to a number of our staff from across the business describe 2017 in just one word – it is certainly very enlightening (and humorous!). Listen to our people talking about the challenges we faced, the opportunities we have and how the company is made up of great people, all sharing a common purpose, objective and goals.
Friday 15th December bought with it an excellent, Annual End of Year Staff event, held at the Sea Containers building with a stunning view of the river and the City. This was a landmark event to celebrate a year of progress. Not only did we have an excellent speech from the influential Hamish Taylor, but the atmosphere was enthusing and motivating. It was evident that the team are raring to move forward with tenacity and verve in the coming year.
Recently completed for Slough Borough Council, The Curve is a landmark building that has already proved its popularity with locals.
Procured and delivered via Slough’s Urban Renewal team, the project houses a new library, meeting rooms, café, theatre and gardens, creating a fantastic new focus for community activity.
The footfall alone shows just how well this building has been received with the figure at 38,000, almost double the number of visitors to the previous library, and likely to rise over the summer months.
The Management Team aimed to capture a portion of our inspiring event at the end of last year to show our strategy for 2017. Watch here!
Colorminium’s involvement in London’s award winning office scheme, Alphabeta, was to design and deliver the central atrium space. Setting the building apart through the clever design which brings together the City office worker and Shoreditch entrepreneur, this brief documentary sets out how Colorminium delivered alongside the client team.