CHt recognised for outstanding contribution
Crown House Technologies (CHt) have been recognised for their outstanding contribution on the North Wales Prison (HMP Berwyn) project.
Applications for Apprenticeship+ and Cadet programmes now open
The four-year programme gives participants a formal college education, where they will gain anything from an NVQ 2 up to an HNC, alongside substantial on-the-job training, supported by experienced tradespeople and construction professionals.
Seeing both sides - CHt and Equinix trade talent
Following the success of a groundbreaking initiative two years ago, Crown House Technologies (CHt) and global data centre specialist, Equinix, have initiated a second talent exchange programme, with two apprentices from each business swapping roles over a six week period.
Demonstrating our difference at Llandough
A year into construction, the topping out of Llandough Hospital’s £89m adult mental health facility last week offered a showcase of the difference Crown House Technologies can deliver through our Unique Business Offer
Laing O’Rourke confirmed as Preferred Bidder for Yorkshire Priority School Building Programme
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has selected Laing O’Rourke to fund, design, deliver and maintain the seven secondary schools in its Yorkshire batch.
CHt to deliver MEP services to Here East Olympic Legacy project
Spearheading the creation of a world-class creative and digital cluster in London, iCity has announced that Laing O’Rourke, Crown House Technologies’ parent company will begin transforming the former Olympic Park Press and Broadcast Centres on 20 October 2014.
NHS Dumfries & Galloway appointment
Final detailed planning for Dumfries and Galloway's new district general hospital has been given the seal of approval by the region's Council Planning Committee.
Royal opening for Defence Medical Centre at Whittington Barracks
A Crown House Technologies (CHt) business leader was presented to the Duchess of Cornwall at the opening of the Defence Medical Centre at Whittington Barracks, now the UK’s national centre of defence medicine.