Passport to Work, an innovative scheme to increase the health and safety competence of operatives, has almost halved the accident incident rate at HE Simm over the past two years. Back in 2012, our health and safety consultancy partner audited our supply chain, identifying areas for improvement for on-site health and safety. In particular, although Continue Reading
HE Simm has set itself an 18-month target to raise £30,000 for a national cancer charity. The family-owned firm is throwing its fundraising weight behind Maggie’s Cancer Centres, with a focus on raising the money to support centres close to their regional hubs in Liverpool, Manchester and London. The charity, which builds its centres in Continue Reading
Downtime is the nemesis of project completion in the construction industry and the cause can often be found in one of the “eight wastes of construction”. The construction industry is responsible for improving the quality of lives with breath-taking accomplishments however in counter-balance, a huge generator of inefficiency and waste.
Traditionally, MEP contractor procurement centres around a fixed-price lump-sum bid. It is often based on MEP designs undertaken by third parties. This is typically achieved through a single or two-stage tender process or a cost plan to negotiated contract - the latter not being as common.
HE Simm, one of the UK’s leading MEP providers, has appointed Kevin Morrissey, as its Engineering Manager – a new national role which will further strengthen the company’s engineering capability across the business.