Based in the South-East of England and with a 35-year track record of quality and service, Pexhurst has grown from a background of office fit-outs to excel in a wide range of sectors including education, healthcare, commercial, industrial and restoration.
The best people, design, specification, workmanship, quality, service and after-care resulting in 100% customer recommendation ratings for this award-winning company. With a comprehensive portfolio of services across all sectors, from interior fit-outs and refurbishments to specialist, high-profile Design & Build and space planning projects, to delicate, detailed treatments of listed and heritage buildings, our clients come to Pexhurst for the highest standards of design, specification, delivery, workmanship, quality and customer support.
A comprehensive refurbishment to this Berkshire office location, aiming to attract tenants away from the capital.
Refurbishment and strip out of 3rd floor office, reception and common parts.
Pexhurst are delighted to have completed a major refurbishment of the atrium at the University of Hertfordshire. The refurbishment is the first in a massive redevelopment plan being launched by the University over the coming year. The atrium was identified as the heartbeat of the University and as such the pressure was on to get this right.
Following a competitive tender process, Pexhurst won the contract to deliver the complete refurbishment of this traditional brickbuilt, asbestos-roofed post-war warehouse as a design and build project.
Our expertise in healthcare programmes has led NHS Camden to appoint Pexhurst for many different projects. In all our work for health authorities, we have demonstrated an exemplary understanding of the special needs of healthcare buildings and occupants.
Through our expert, experienced team, the Pexhurst value-added proposition derives from:
- 100% customer recommendation rating
- Working with you to establish a detailed understanding of your requirements, growth strategy and development plans
Pexhurst commences work for Workspace Group PLC
Office refurbishment project in central London
Pexhurst makes progress at the University of Hertfordshire
Pexhurst team takes part in charity ride
UH Racing Team Car Built!
Pexhurst sponsors UH Racing
Golf Day success!
- The government is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 34% by 2020 and a staggering 80% by 2050 (from base 1990 levels). While low energy new build projects grab all the headlines, the majority of savings will have to come from both a better approach to maintenance of existing buildings and simple energy efficiency improvements on refurbishment projects. Let’s not forget that almost half of the UK’s energy use comes from existing buildings.
- Many buildings do not perform as planned - in some cases this can impact on running costs, staff and client satisfaction and performance, health, safety and comfort. For repeat construction clients, learning from and correcting past mistakes in design and commissioning of buildings can be extremely cost-effective and greatly improve workplace productivity.
- Effective networking is vital to business success and career growth. Networking is about building lasting relationships and a good reputation. It involves getting to know people who you can help, and who can potentially assist you in return. Your network includes everyone from friends and family to work colleagues and members of groups to which you belong.
- The government is set to make Soft Landings mandatory for public sector buildings from 2016 and will be introduced alongside Building Information Modelling (BIM) as part of the Government Construction Strategy. The coalition hopes to see the capital cost of new public projects fall by 20% and a similar reduction in energy and maintenance costs.
- Every manager will have to deal with difficult colleagues from time to time. It’s how you do it that marks out the good manager from the David Brents.
- The Energy Act 2011 granted new powers to the government that will make it unlawful to let inefficient buildings by 2018. Landlords need to act now to get their estates up to scratch.
- Social Media has touched all our lives, both personal and professional. Historically segments of the construction sector have been early adopters of online technology and the same is the case with Social Media.
- he Building Regulations are being overhauled to reduce red tape and drive the economy forward. But do the moves go far enough? The government is committed to the removal of red tape in an effort to get the economy moving. And with construction accounting for more than 6% of the UK’s GDP, it’s no surprise to see the latest changes to the Building Regulations reflecting this ambition to remove the administrative burden to companies.
- NHS Primary Care Trusts will be abolished on 31 March 2013. What does this mean for the health of the construction industry? The coalition set pulses racing back in 2010 when it proposed the biggest shake-up of the NHS since its creation after the Second World War. Criticism of the plans forced the government to announce a "pause" in the progress of the Health and Social Care Bill to allow it to “listen, reflect and improve” the proposals.