Friday, 26 October 2012

McCarthys help deliver EE's 4G message to the UK

McCarthys are preparing for a second weekend of refreshing works to EE's (was T-Mobile Orange) premises across the UK and Scotland as part of a larger re-branding exercise being undertaken by the client.

Through our Main Contracting Partners, McCarthys are refreshing reception areas and interiors across a selected number of sites throughout the UK and Scotland simultaneously during night shifts and weekend working so as not to interfere with day-to-day business and operations. 

With a fast track programme of works, multiple sites, a need to be flexible, McCarthys have risen to the challenge and expectations. 

Fire Risk Assessments by McCarthys

McCarthys have just been appointed to undertake a Fire Risk Assessment for NHS TPC facility in Coventry.

The initial Fire Risk Assessment was undertaken by McCarthys 12 months ago at the end of Phase 1 of the construction project.

Now phase 2 is complete and the building is operational a full Fire Risk Assessment is to be undertaken.

McCarthys Fire Risk Assessments are undertaken by qualified in-house staff operating throughout the UK. If you are interested in finding out what is involved and why you might need a Fire Risk Assessment at your premises please call us on 024 7646 8866 or contact us at  

Monday, 15 October 2012

Massive UK wide refresh programme commences today

mccarthyinteriors are readying themselves to commence a multi-site 'refresh' programme for a major telecommunications company with business centres across the UK. 

Phase 1, which commences today, sees mccarthyinteriors refreshing Reception Spaces, Common areas and Open Plan office spaces across a series of the clients sites running simultaneously from Bristol, Solihull, Leeds, North Tyneside, Darlington and Greenock. 

All the works are being undertaken out of normal working hours and weekends to provide the least amount of disruption to the clients normal working day. 

The project has four phases in total and likely to run into the New Year.