Case studies

Bournemouth University is increasing its student intake and range of facilities as part of its BU2025 investment strategy. Brymec was appointed by mechanical and electrical engineers, William Coates, to supply product and technical expertise on the construction of the landmark £31 million Bailey Point student accommodation development.

London Luton Airport’s (LLA’s) £160 million transformation project will see it serving 16 million passengers by the end of this year and 18 million by 2020.

A contractor working on an extension to a luxury hotel in Edinburgh – part of a well-known national chain – has benefited from fast, accurate, timely deliveries from leading supplier Brymec of building services and plumbing components. These included insulation, refrigeration copper tube, Conex Bänninger MaxiPro press fittings and Valsir Pexal multilayer pipework. 

One Blackfriars is a new landmark mixed use development in London. At the development’s centre will be a 170m, 50 storey tower, soon to be a new icon for the capital’s skyline and creating a vibrant new place on London’s South Bank.

The award winning development Fulham Reach is located on one of the most dramatic stretches of the River Thames with views that stretch across to Hammersmith Bridge and beyond.

The project will comprise of 1,700 new apartments, waterside parks, independent new bars and restaurants, artist studios, boutique shops, a school and exceptional private residents' club.

Providence Tower is one of the newest and tallest residential towers in London and sits beside Canary Wharf. The project delivered 484 residential units.

Work is underway to build the first new grammar school in England for 50 years. The Sevenoaks Grammar School is a £40m project that is set to complete later on this year. 

Previously occupied by vacant government office buildings, Abell and Cleland is now a prestigious, luxury development at the heart of London's iconic Westminster district.

Peek Park Quarter, the new £81m development in the university of Salford campus, has been two years in the making and is a far cry from the scruffy digs before.